The No-So-Ivory Tower: Adjunct Faculty are Forming Unions and Raising Standards in Higher Education #default

Being a college professor was once the embodiment of a good middle class job. But not anymore. In many ways, adjuncts like Bill Shimer have more in common with fast food workers than with their tenured colleagues, facing very low pay and no benefits or job security of any kind.

We Won't Stop Marching #default

One year ago this week, tens of thousands of people from all corners of the country--including many SEIU members--journeyed to Washington to mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

Victory for 27,000 Minnesota Home Care Workers #default

This victory comes less than two months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Illinois home care workers are not entitled to the same rights as other public employees.