LaborPRO ActUnited StatesWorkers The PRO Act Is Critically Important. But We Should See It as Just a Good Start.
Earlier this year, a wave of high-profile strikes ushered unions back into the national spotlight. But as the United States’ so-called “hot labor summer” gives way to an equally enthusiastic fall, we must contend with the reality that while union activity is higher than it’s been in years, union density remains dismally low. The share of employees who belong to unions has been falling for decades and reached an all-time low of 10.1 percent in 2022. The share in the private sector was even lower

Hayley Brown / JACOBIN / October 06, 2023


JobsPRO ActUnionsUnited StatesWorkers Pro-Labor Actions Give Workers More Reason to Celebrate This Labor Day
Workers will have much to celebrate this Labor Day weekend following several recent pro-labor victories led by the Biden administration and Democratic appointees across the federal government. Coming on the heels of what many have deemed a “hot labor summer” with high union favorability ratings and high-profile union activism, these developments are promising steps toward a more level playing field where workers can freely organize.

Hayley BrownBrandon Novick / September 01, 2023

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