Strike

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75,000 Kaiser Permanente Unionized Employees Launch Historic Strike Over Pay and Staffing Concerns

It's the largest healthcare worker strike in the United States, affecting 40% of Kaiser Permanente's workforce across multiple states and the District of Columbia.

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Widespread Strikes Have Resulted in 4.1 Million Missed Days of Work in 2023 (So Far)

From autoworkers to actors, 2023 has witnessed a remarkable surge in strikes across various industries, with over 353,000 workers participating in work stoppages.

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Amazon Is Boosting Pay for Contracted Delivery Drivers—Starting as Soon as Next Month

The company is raising the average hourly rate for delivery drivers to $20.50 by mid-October.

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After Losing Work in the Writer's Strike, He Turned His 'Weird Niche Hobby' Into a Side Hustle That Brings in Hundreds of Dollars Per Sale

Jesse McLaren was forced to find another way to make ends meet — and he's not the only one.

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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Makes 'Single Largest' 7-Figure Donation to SAG-AFTRA Relief Fund as Actors' Strike Rages On

Thousands of actors in SAG-AFTRA have been on strike since July 13.

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As Strikes in Hollywood Persist, Industry Experts Sound Alarms on Potential 'Collapse' of 'Entire Industry'

The strikes come at a challenging time for traditional entertainment companies, which are still recovering from the pandemic and struggling to compete with streaming platforms, and raises concerns about long-term consequences for the industry.

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The Massive UPS Strike Could Wreck the U.S. Economy, But Amazon Might Profit Big Time Anyway — Here's Why

The contract between UPS workers and the company expires on August 1.

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UPS Workers Say a Strike Is 'Inevitable,' Would Be Largest Single-Employer Strike in U.S. History

The Teamsters gave UPS until Friday to submit their "best" and "final" offer.

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Hollywood Writers Just Announced They're on Strike. 'We're Being Devalued and Financially Taken Advantage Of.'

The Writers Guild of America wants increased compensation and residuals in the age of streaming.

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'This Is the Way It's Always Been': HarperCollins Workers Fight to End Historic Cycle of Unfair Wages

An employee on the HarperCollins picket lines shares what the experience has been like – and why the problems strikers are addressing are universal to the entire publishing industry.

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'This Is What We Serve Ourselves and Customers': Starbucks Employees Strike Over Mold, Allegedly Hazardous Conditions

The workers claim they are working next to black mold and bed bugs.

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Over 1,000 Kellogg's US Cereal Plant Workers Go on Strike Over Cut to Benefits and Pay

The food manufacturing company has been at loggerheads with union members for more than a year over a dispute involving a cut to pay and benefits.