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Young Active Labor Leaders Chart the Future of the Labor Movement in Texas
Last week, the Texas Young Active Labor Leaders (YALL) hosted their second biennial YALL Summit in Austin. Nearly 250 young labor leaders, union activists and community allies joined together to chart the course of the labor movement in Texas and beyond.
Young Workers on the Future of Work: Courtney Jenkins
Last month, the AFL-CIO conducted a discussion on the future of work. Among the panelists that day were a group of young workers. Let's continue our more in-depth discussion with those young workers. Next up is Postal Worker (APWU) Courtney Jenkins.
Young Workers on the Future of Work: Charleeka Thompson
Earlier this month, AFL-CIO conducted a discussion on the future of work. Among the panelists that day were a group of young workers. Let's have a bit more of an in-depth discussion in the coming weeks with those young workers. First up is USW member Charleeka L. Thompson.
At Northern Kentucky University Labor-Management Conference, Trumka Looks to the Future
The future of work provides an unmatched opportunity for cooperation and collaboration, communication and compromise. We can harness technology to raise pay, make jobs safer and achieve real work-life balance. We can usher in a workforce of unprecedented skill and professionalism. We can use this moment in history to redefine the relationship between labor and management, joining in partnership to build an economy that works for all of us and saving our democracy in the process.