On This Day in 1915
The Supreme Court upholds “Yellow Dog” employment contracts, which forbid membership in labor unions. Yellow Dog contracts remained legal until 1932.
• COVID-19 news updates for Oct. 14, 2020
• XPO port truck drivers ruled employees
• Barrett nomination looms ominous for labor law
• Teamsters reach deal with grocery chains
• Collective bargaining belongs at the center of our democracy
• 64 million workers sought jobless aid since pandemic began
• Coronavirus pandemic forces hand of NLRB’s general counsel
• Steelworker: Election is about revitalizing unions, protecting retirement
• How unions can bridge the gap between climate, labor movements
• Dems question Amazon over reported interference of workers rights to organize
• Study: Union members are more likely to receive unemployment benefits
• Treasury Secretary: Economic relief deal unlikely before election
Our General Membership Meetings in Baltimore and Salisbury for January 2021 are canceled.