Braxton Wright, of United Mine Workers of America Local Union 2368, told Senator Bernie Sanders that Warrior Met Coal has refused to pay its employees.
Six of the employees at the Buffalo store said they were unable to do their jobs safely because one-third of their staff is unavailable because of COVID.
The same coal industry leaders who praised Manchin's opposition to clean energy provisions now urge him to support BBB's provisions to help ailing workers.
The company told Newsweek on Saturday that the email was "taken out of context." Union workers are set to vote on the deal on Sunday.
"We make ice cream cakes that are sold worldwide," one woman said. "We want a one-dollar raise. That is all we're asking for."
An estimated 60 percent of large employers use workplace monitoring tools, some of which can be used to chill organizing.
"Permanently replacing striking workers is an existential attack on the union and its members' jobs and livelihoods," said Biden.
A Buffalo-area Starbucks voted to unionize Thursday, with two more nearby locations still counting votes.
"As always in our Union, the members will have the final say on the contract," the BCTGM union's president said of the upcoming vote on the deal.
The decision by NLRB Regional Director Lisa Henderson released Monday accused the retail giant of having "hijacked" the first vote by misleading employees.
"Federal workers should be able to complete the holiday season without the threat of discipline looming over them," wrote American Federation of Government Employees President Everett B. Kelley.
"It's been disappointing to see Starbucks working overtime to try to stop us from organizing, but today's decision is a big win...," Michele Eisen said.
United Mine Workers of America President Cecil Roberts stands by his friend Joe Manchin who seeks "innovation, not elimination" when it comes to fossil fuels.
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees plans to strike against film and television production companies over working conditions.
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) is preparing for a strike vote to improve workers' working conditions.
"Any staffing shortage, especially during a pandemic, is a threat to the health and safety of both students and personnel," a union official said.
As employees at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), we know that EPA has the potential to use our knowledge and tools to turn the tide on climate change.
Anonymous people told of crew members having heart attacks, getting UTIs from a lack of toilet breaks and having to work outside during storms.
The construction projects that may be impacted include two Microsoft campuses and an affordable housing tower.
Union workers at Nabisco are on strike and people online are sharing images of its products on store shelves—claiming consumers are boycotting the company.
State Police Superintendent Pat Callahan said reluctance to get vaccinated has contributed to the high number of deaths.
Actor Danny DeVito briefly lost his verified badge after tweeting support for striking U.S. Nabisco workers.
Employees claimed that Current Affairs founder Nathan J. Robinson "believes that the magazine and media venture we have collectively created is purely his."
With job postings at their highest levels since 2000, the workers entered the negotiations from a strong position.
It is obvious to the American people: frontline workers who put themselves in harm's way to keep our country running deserve a seat at the bargaining table.
"You sure as hell won't see us in a photo op," COBA President Benny Boscio Jr. wrote in an open letter to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
After killing a single-payer bill, public-sector labor leaders are trying to force a quarter-million people off Medicare, into pricier for-profit plans.