On Wed April 1st, all across the country, we will spread the news of the VICTORY and the message that we NEED TO KEEP GOING TILL $15 and Full Time is a reality!
Just last month Walmart announced RAISES for 500,000 Walmart workers. That’s 1 BILLION in money into Associates pockets!
It’s a huge victory and a great start, but even WITH this many associates continue to struggle to support their families on low wages and too few hours.
That’s why workers are calling on Walmart to publicly commit to $15 an hour and access to full-time, consistent work.
On April 15, Fast food workers and their allies are coming together from all over California to fight for $15 an hour and the right to form a union without retaliation.
See how your legislator measures up! View Labor's annual voting records for California state legislators.
Stand With Us For a Stronger Silicon Valley
Is Apple locking the doors to success behind them?
Security officers contribute to the success of a tech industry in which the top 150 companies made over $103 billion in profit in 2013. Despite this wealth, big tech firms continue to lock out workers from the prosperity they helped create.
Join security officers who are lining up at Apple stores—although not for latest device—to demand good jobs that give everyone a shot at success.
After years of deep budget cuts and recession, California’s economy is slowly recovering and we now have a budget surplus. While we’re headed in the right direction, we have a long way to go to make the necessary investments to support a healthy economic future.
California Labor is launching a new plan for organizing. “All In to Win” supports
large-scale, strategic organizing campaigns that lift up the Labor Movement and build
momentum for more organizing success. Using our collective strength and our political power, unions and Labor Councils can elevate these campaigns to victory. Join us in going ALL IN!
Need a reason to vote? It’s simple, really.
Working people, whether we’re teachers or firefighters, grocery clerks or bricklayers, need a seat at the table if we’re going to be able to put food on the table for our families. Our seat at the table comes from making our voices heard on Election Day.
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