Revolting Trade Unions Just a Part Of Everyday French Life

Burning tyres, blockaded roads, diverted traffic, dumped farm produce and militant workers marching arm-in-arm through busy city streets. These are the images of French unionism in revolt seen around the world as strikers try and draw attention to their cause. This

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Teamsters Crank Up Labor Strife at LA, Long Beach Ports

Despite a continuing backlog of freight following the nine months of bitter labor strife between the Pacific Maritime Association and members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union(ILWU), who settled their disputes two months ago, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters has started a

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Jeff Sessions: Help Low-Wage Workers By Controlling Immigration

Disgruntled, largely fast food, workers — spurred by labor organizations such as the Service Employees International Union — staged a rally this week calling for a $15-an-hour minimum wage. They insist the current economy is unfair to low-wage workers. But the real problem is immigration, both legal and illegal.

Protesters march in support of raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour as part of an expanding national movement known as Fight for $15 in Miami.