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Historic Georgia wins have immediate and important consequences for workplace protections

Despite racially charged attacks against them by the Republican incumbents’ and their allies, Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff reportedly became the first African American and Jew, respectively, to represent Georgia in the history of the Uni… Read More

It is always darkest before the dawn

On this Labor Day in 2018, it is especially important to consider where we are and where we could go as a country when it comes to fairness in the workplace and in the country generally. We are currently witnessing an escalating assault on employee r… Read More
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Supreme court decision strikes another blow against workplace fairness

In Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. v. Busk, a unanimous Supreme Court recently ruled that companies do not have to pay employees for the time employees must spend being subjected to daily anti-theft screening procedures imposed by employers. Notab… Read More

The labor movement forward

In the past year, workers and their allies in the larger communities have been coalescing around the cause for a living wage and workplace fairness generally. The organizing and related job actions by these employees across the nation have included u… Read More