An organizer and a worker describe a direct action campaign that won on demands but soon went awry because it hadn’t built a solid foundation.
A cruise ship worker describes how he drew on previous union experience to organize a successful collective action to win shore leave.
The stumbling blocks to successful collective action are important to be aware of. Here, an IT worker relates a story.
A bartender describes how she and her coworkers stopped tip theft and won pay stubs through a collective confrontation of the boss.
Yesterday, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) teachers voted to refuse in-person work until January 18 or until the city’s COVID-19 wave falls below the threshold set last year
A teacher in Cleveland Heights describes an unusual turn of events during recent contract negotiations
An anonymous non-tenure track instructor describes how he and his colleagues successfully pushed back against their university administration’s attempt to strip them of job security in light of the pandemic.
Les griefs suspendus, les travailleuses et travailleurs de la santé se tournent vers l’action directe
Une source anonyme décrit les actions directes employées, durant la crise de santé publique en Ontario, par les travailleuses et travailleurs des foyers de soins de longue durée maintenant que le règlement des griefs est suspendu.
An anonymous source describes the direct action nursing home workers are taking in Ontario, now that grievance processes have effectively been suspended during the public health emergency.