Submitted on Tir, 10/14/2014 - 1:37pm
Join the IWW Jimmy John's Workers Union for a picket on:
Sunday, October 19 at 11:00 am
Jimmy John's, 401 W Pratt St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Click here to RSVP
The Jimmy John's bosses are at it again. Despite previous warnings they continue to retaliate against our members for wanting dignity, respect, and more of the good things of life on the job.
Danny Dolch and Mike Gillett are attacking our members through retaliatory scheduling and through the firing of one of our members, fellow worker James Hegler.
Submitted on Man, 10/06/2014 - 4:59pm
Click here to RSVP to the phone/email blast on Facebook!
On September 29th Insomnia Cookies fired union organizer Colin James for his union activity under the guise of company theft. Colin has been a model employee without a single write-up and has been organizing at Insomnia Cookies for over 6 months.
This is the same union busting tactic this company used late last year, firing union organizer Tommy Mendez in Nov. of 2013. (http://openmediaboston.org/content/another-worker-fired-insomnia-cookies-unionization-effort-boston-location-picketed-2784).
Submitted on Tor, 10/02/2014 - 2:55pm
Chicago does not provide a public recycling scheme, but we can recycle for about $400 per year, working with a non-profit environmental education organization. Help General Headquarters "recycle as feasible," as our constitution suggests for all IWW shops. Click here to donate!
Submitted on Ons, 10/01/2014 - 1:00pm
- IWW UPS Workers Organize Against Police Brutality
- The 2014 IWW General Convention: Learning From Our Mistakes, Moving Forward
- Baltimore Jimmy John’s Workers File ULP Lawsuit
- A Labor Day Weekend For The Unseen Laborers
- New Survey Of Online IWW Sign-Ups: A Wake-Up Call And Call To Action
- Review: Wobbly Poet Keeps Tradition Of Labor Poetry Alive
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Submitted on Tir, 09/23/2014 - 3:07pm
The Clydeside branch of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) union call for a boycott of leftist daily newspaper the Morning Star over allegations of mishandling domestic abuse reporting.
In a statement released on their blog, the group said:
The Clydeside branch of the Industrial Workers of the World fully supports one of its members, Rory MacKinnon, in his dispute with the Morning Star. Fellow worker MacKinnon was disciplined by the Morning Star for asking questions — just what a journalist should do. We urge all members of the IWW, and the progressive Left, to join us in a boycott of the Morning Star until this issue is satisfactorily resolved.