As someone who presented testimony and spoke with the New York Times General Counsel Office as part of their investigation, I want to state how…
Writing for the Guardian, Payday Senior Labor Reporter files a report on the conditions facing exploited Latino Christmas tree workers this season
Payday Senior Labor Reporter Mike Elk filed a dispatch for the Guardian looking at how Doug Jones, who hails from a union family, plans to use his office to help labor in the State
In June, Payday Report exposed that DNC Chair Tom Perez had stumbled in his pledge to provide paid internships at the Democratic National Committee. Now, after much public outrage following Payday’s investigation, we have learned that the DNC intends to implement a paid internship program starting in January 2018.
I. The Stakes: “Right-to-Work” in Pennsylvania Washington, Pennsylvania — When I arrived at the high school gymnasium where the Democrats were holding a convention…
So far, the silence from the left press on the SEIU sexual misconduct scandals has been sickening.
The recent survey of 361 Latino day laborers conducted by University of Illinois at Chicago, done in conjunction with the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) and Fe y Justicia Worker Center and funded by the Ford Foundation, paints a startling picture of the inequities plaguing Houston’s clean up.
Dave Weigel and I sat down to talk with Luscious Lefties Podcast to talk the open union shop at the Washington Post, Tom Perez, Sara…
Following an investigation by Payday Report, SEIU has fired one of their staffers over the assault of another staff member within their organization.
Payday Report has learned that SEIU allowed a staffer who had been forced to leave one Boston-area SEIU local following an internal investigation to then be rehired at two other SEIU locals in California.
In their first major electoral test, the 385 dues-paying members strong Pittsburgh DSA proved that they weren’t just a group of hipsters, but a serious political force that could shake up stagnant Pittsburgh political machine.
“It feels like we did the impossible, we won against the richest Governor in America,” says Edward McDaniel, a Knoxville locksmith whose job was saved. “It was a major victory for the working class”.