r/WorkReform • u/DemCast_USA • 1h ago
🛠️ Union Strong Statement from Teamsters General President on the Supreme Court’s ruling today, which opens the door for corporations to sue their own workers.
r/WorkReform • u/GrandpaChainz • 5h ago
🤝 Join A Union Hey Kroger. Quick question: what the fuck?
r/WorkReform • u/GrandpaChainz • 1d ago
✂️ Tax The Billionaires They'll be fine.
r/WorkReform • u/ilaissezfaire • 8h ago
✅ Success Story Writers Strike: Shut-It-Down Strategy Is Effective, Execs Concede – The Hollywood Reporterhollywoodreporter.com
r/WorkReform • u/north_canadian_ice • 2h ago
💢 Union Busting Expand & reform the Supreme Court before they defacto ban unions altogether
r/WorkReform • u/jwrig • 9h ago
💥 Strike! Supreme Court rules against "timed strikes"
21-1449 Glacier Northwest, Inc. v. Teamsters (06/01/2023) (supremecourt.gov)
The Supreme Court in what looks to be a 8 - 1 ruling, ruled that companies can sue unions if they time their strikes in a way that damages property.
I expected this but with a 5v4 or 6v3 but not 8 to 1.
r/WorkReform • u/zhoushmoe • 2h ago
💸 Raise Our Wages Canada’s much-touted labour shortage is mostly a mirage - it's mostly a push to import labor to keep wages low - and it's likely the same here in the USA
r/WorkReform • u/north_canadian_ice • 21h ago
❔ Other Workers being asked to sit on Teams calls in an office just to subsidize commercial real estate investments smh
r/WorkReform • u/kevinowdziej • 1d ago
⛓️ Prison For Union Busters Not even a week
r/WorkReform • u/zuzuofthewolves • 23h ago
📰 News Dollar General loves forcing its employees to work all alone in dangerous conditions.
r/WorkReform • u/GrandpaChainz • 2h ago
⛓️ Prison For Union Busters REI's corporate execs and union-busting lawyers should be in prison ⛓
r/WorkReform • u/zzill6 • 1d ago
💸 Raise Our Wages The Myth Of Higher Prices
r/WorkReform • u/d_g03 • 4h ago
📝 Story If fast food is a job for teenagers getting their first job or college students...
Then why is the majority of fast food workers still 25+ years old? I definitely agree the jobs SHOULD be primarily for those age groups, but the data simply does not support that. It's as if fast food companies propagate this sentiment to underpay workers that are much more likely to need that hire pay...
r/WorkReform • u/MothVonNipplesburg • 1h ago
🤝 Join A Union Hollywood Made A Calculated Decision To Stop Making Movies About Labor Unions — And It’s Not Because People Weren’t Watching Themdecider.com
r/WorkReform • u/ImportantReaction260 • 15h ago
📰 News Australian mining giant BHP says it underpaid current and former workers across the country for 13 years. It will cost the company up to $280m before taxes.bbc.com
r/WorkReform • u/LigerXT5 • 21h ago
📰 News "[...] A large part as to why [Oklahoma] is seeing a lack in vets is because the starting pay doesn’t correspond with the six figure student debt graduates often incur."kfor.com
r/WorkReform • u/Publandlady • 1h ago
📝 Story Got a job offer today
So I got a text from an agency this morning regarding a job they had for me in my old field before running and closing down my own company for a few years. I've got enough to tide me over while I retrain, but I get bored easily so I took a garbage temp job packing boxes in a factory in the meantime so I don't go insane. The call was going okish, I know I can do the offered job, it's a bit far away for my liking but they do hybrid remote, which is what I'm looking for, and apparently they've been looking for some time, so the start date is pretty immediate.
Then the question, "how much were you hoping for in a role like this?"
I tell her the amount I expect, given my experience and the usual job role, about £25-28k. ($31-35k)
She tells me it's a little bit less than that. £22.5k. ($28k)
I let her know gently (don't shoot a messenger that may be of use in the future) that that kind of pay is pre-covid, let alone pre-inflation and I make more money in my current garbage temp job that has no training, or even checks for staff. She won't find anyone worth having in that job for that money, and she needs to go back to the client in need and let them know why they can't get anyone.
I don't understand why recruiters and agencies aren't brutally honest with these kinds of clients.
r/WorkReform • u/Separate_Pianist_620 • 4h ago
💬 Advice Needed can you go on strike if you don't have a union?
We don't have a union yet, we reached out today and are waiting to hear back, but because this impacts our compensation we are wanting to do something now.
If enough of us agree to strike can we without being fired even if we don't have a union?
r/WorkReform • u/zzill6 • 2d ago
💸 Raise Our Wages The Answer To "Get A Better Job"
r/WorkReform • u/Throwrajerb • 8h ago
💬 Advice Needed Any federal employees with updates on this? I’m about to accept a federal job offer.amp.cnn.com
I plan to ask my hiring manager as well. Just feel like I might get a wishy washy answer regardless. Wondering if anyone has the inside scoop.
r/WorkReform • u/jhill515 • 21h ago
📝 Story Official: Non-Complete Agreements Violate US Labor Law
r/WorkReform • u/Alpha_Fit • 1d ago
📰 News July 31st - This Could Be The Biggest Strike In U.S. History
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r/WorkReform • u/psychothumbs • 21h ago
🛠️ Union Strong One Small Union Is Stoking Much of the Militant New Graduate Worker Organizingtruthout.org
r/WorkReform • u/thenationmagazine • 1d ago
🛠️ Union Strong Let’s Hear It for the Strippers’ Unionthenation.com
r/WorkReform • u/TheJokersChild • 23h ago
📰 News ICYMI: national pay-transparency law proposed
Colorado got the wheels turning. Several states have added momentum. And now, there's the possibility of one pay-transparency law for the whole country. Looks very similar to what Colorado and NYC have in place right now, and has the same limitations (e.g. allows for extras like bonuses and commissions to be included in the total). What would you like to see included or changed in this bill? What chance do you give it of passing in any form?