Unions are democratic organizations of workers — united for their own mutual aid and protection and to promote and defend the rights and interests of fellow workers. In the Union Organizing section, we report on efforts to unionize non-union workplaces, and on employer efforts to oppose unionization.
After a second pro-union worker is fired, union supporters question the grocer’s ‘B Corp’ status.
The new 350-member bargaining unit will be part of Oregon Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals.
The newly unionized company has frequently catered union events.
UFCW Local 555 says the nonunion grocer has already fired one union supporter.
Two weeks after a group of New Seasons workers publicly announced a union campaign, the company hasn’t yet responded to their appeal for neutrality.
Columbia Area Transit drivers will be part of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 757.
OBT voluntarily recognizes a union after dancers and stage managers sign union cards.
A “micro-unit” wins at a company where four previous union campaigns failed.
The results of an Aug. 17 unionization election are up in the air.
A union win Sept. 22 would be the first at one of the area’s largest nonunion industrial employers.