The Company Union Movement, 1900-1937: A Reexamination - Daniel Nelson

A paper by Daniel Nelson about 'company unions' in the United States during the years of 1900-1937.

Redwing Workers Organization replies to Sam Dolgoff

A reply from members of the Redwing Workers Organization and Jeff Stein to Sam Dolgoff's 'Notes for a discussion on the regeneration of the American labor movement'.

Books for a renewed American workers movement, 1 of 3: "The Blue Eagle at Work"

A review by Life Long Wobbly of The Blue Eagle at Work: Reclaiming Democratic Rights in the American Workplace.

Fighting for #Justice4JohnPearson

Former PCS rep with a placard reading 'why won't PCS support victimised reps?'

Next week, the PCS union holds its annual delegate conference in Brighton. One of the most important issues on the agenda is that of whether the union will support its reps when they face victimisation. Unfortunately, the answer to that question remains uncertain.

So, the government got in…

The election results are in. The Tories can form a majority government to rule for the next five years. Now what?

On the union debate

A collection of articles, responses and replies to a debate on unions in 2013.

Five reasons "red" Len won't break the law

“Red” Len McCluskey is once more rattling his sabre ahead of the General Election. But don’t expect it to ever be drawn. Here’s five reasons why.

The Civil Service Rank & File – a belated post-mortem

An analysis of the Civil Service Rank & File Network, which emerged in late 2012, and its impact during its brief existence.

Government union busting and the PCS response

The PCS union is facing concerted union busting activity from the government. However, despite its rhetoric it has fallen into a retreat that helps nobody

“The harsh reality of capitalism”: Low wages, zero-hours contracts, and self-organisation in London’s Everyman Cinemas

London's cinema workers march through central London

An interview-essay detailing the experiences of cinema worker Eve Ryman and her involvement in a self-organised wage/contract dispute and subsequent union drive.