Labor Notes #444

Hamstrung by harsh legal limits on collective bargaining, the teachers union in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, doesn’t wait to welcome new employees in.

"Guerilla gardens" were among the creative tactics that helped stop an overhaul of Canadian postal services that would have decimated mail delivery and laid off thousands.

Detroit Public School teachers have hit a breaking point with mice and mold, shrinking paychecks, overcrowded classrooms, and taking the blame for the governor's mistakes.

This union has grown by 40 percent in a matter of weeks—and the wins keep coming. What's going on?

Reform candidates swept national elections in the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, which represents 25,000 crew members at the merged American Airlines and US Airways.

Locals from both major teacher unions participated in “walk-ins” on February 17 to “reclaim our schools.”

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