People Are Playing 'Strikle' Instead of 'Wordle' In Solidarity With The New York Times Union Walk-Out
Wordle fans who don't want to cross a picket line can still get their fix thanks to a strike-themed version called Strikle.
Biden has asked Congress to force freight rail unions to accept their tentative agreement. Workers across industries say that’s a “betrayal of working class people.”
Strike organizers allege bed bug sightings and black mold in the ice machines.
“It’s going to disrupt their organization. We have several hundred [workers], and a majority of them are going to walk out.”
After a fire broke out in the warehouse, management refused to send night shift workers home. So they went on strike.
Details of the agreement have not been released. It still needs to be ratified by members. One union has already rejected a tentative agreement.
It’s the latest episode of a year-long string of industrial action.
After workers organized to refuse voluntary overtime shifts, the employer filed a labor complaint that resulted in the action being labeled an illegal strike.
With more train strikes looming, it feels like the whole country is headed that way anyway.
The move comes as 48,000 grocery workers at Kroger-owned stores prepare to go on strike.
"We shut down the belt."