Two of California’s largest and most vocal labor unions, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) of California and the California Nurses Association, endorsed U.S. Sen. Diane Feinstein’s (D., Calif.) Democratic primary opponent this week.
Activists at the Service Employees International Union-backed Fight for $15 movement have joined a journalism union.
The National Restaurant Association and Restaurant Law Center are suing the city of New York to block a law that would force fast food restaurants to deduct money from employee paychecks and send it to nonprofit advocacy groups backed by labor unions, including the Fight for $15 movement, if workers agreed to the deductions.
Another official at the Service Employees International Union has been ousted following accusations of sexual assault.
A home health aide’s bid to sever ties between workers and Service Employees International Union came to an end Monday when the Supreme Court declined to hear her case.
The Service Employees International Union announced Thursday that two more leaders have left the influential union over sexual harassment allegations.
The embattled head of the Fight for $15 movement resigned on Monday amid a sexual harassment and nepotism investigation.
One of the top labor figures in the Fight for $15 minimum wage campaign on Monday resigned from his senior position at the Service Employees International Union amid complaints about his sexual conduct toward staffers.
A former Fight for $15 organizer says sexual harassment was pervasive at the Service Employees International Union, which just suspended the architect of the minimum-wage-hike campaign amid complaints of misconduct and nepotism.
The Supreme Court ordered the Service Employees International Union to provide briefs in a case that threatens to put an end to laws forcing dues payments from government workers.