Tensions between workers and management boil over at a punk rock vegan donut shop
Whether organizing on the virtual shop floor, fighting in court, or pushing for legislative remedies, labor is refusing to go down without a fight.
California begins to see the devastating effects of Proposition 22.
On November 7, a coalition of progressive organizations came together in Los Angeles to deliver a simple, powerful message: we’re not done.
“We’re trying to get in as many shoots as possible before they shut things back down.”
Yesterday the Los Angeles Public Defenders’ Union was formally recognized by the Los Angeles County Employee Relations Committee.
The entertainment industry in Los Angeles is not devoid of pay equity issues along gender lines.
This morning the Los Angeles Times Guild declared a historic victory after the newsroom voted for the first time to unionize.
Why are Glendale’s leaders pushing through questionable projects without public input?
The Last Tycoon does not shy away from the violent suppression of union organizing.