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Labor Radio-Podcast Weekly

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Highlights from labor radio and podcast shows around the country, part of the national Labor Radio/Podcast Network of shows focusing on working people’s issues and concerns. Airs weekdays at 7:15a ET on WPFW 89.3FM #LaborRadioPod
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Saturday Night Live w/ PhillyLabor Radio” is a weekly talk radio show hosted by Business Manager of the Philadelphia Building Trades, Phila. AFL-CIO Pres, Pat Eiding, Joe Doc Jr and Joe Krause that airs every Saturday night from 7pm to 8pm on Philadelphia’s legendary talk radio station 1210 WPHT and presents an insider’s look at the Philadelphia area labor movement.
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Labor Express Radio

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Labor Express Radio is Chicago's only English language labor news and current affairs radio program. “News for working people, by working people.” Our program covers issues in the labor movement locally, nationally, and internationally. The program also addresses issues of concern to working people such as housing, education, health care, immigrants rights, the environment and U.S. foreign policy, from a working class viewpoint. Labor Express Radio airs Sunday nights at 8:00 PM on Chicago's ...
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South Baltimore is a sacrifice zone…Interview with Esther Lynch, General Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)…USPS Rural Carrier James Brennan…70 years of Brown vs. Board…Kjersten Forseth discusses accomplishments in Colorado's legislative session. This week’s featured shows are Working People, a podcast by, for, and about the…
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Internationally recognized leadership consultant and CEO of the Parone Group, Irma Parone, joins the podcast to discuss her problem-solving techniques, as well as her book WINX: The Problem-Solving Model to Win Exponentially with Customers, Employees, & Your Bottom Line and her new book WINX for Employees: The Problem-Solving Model to Unlock Workpl…
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Negotiators have a tentative agreement for support staff at UnityPoint Health Meriter in Madison, the UAW comes up short in a union recognition vote at Mercedes-Benz in Alabama, voices from Madison's Faith-Labor Breakfast, the results of the letter carriers' Mothers Day weekend food drive is in, some third graders learn what a union is, 48,000-stro…
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This is the full 5-5-2024 episode of the Labor Express Radio program. Audio from Labor Notes 2024. UAW wins big at Volkswagen in Chatanooga! Erek Slater, Chicago public transit bus driver, and former executive board member of Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 241, fights his firing for union activity in court. Labor Express Radio is Chicago's only l…
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On this episode of Labor Relations Radio, Cary Burke, a labor attorney with Seyfarth Shaw returns to discuss a number of topics, including a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Administrative Law Judge’s recent decision that a manager visiting an employee’s LinkedIn profile was ‘surveillance,’ the potential for the NLRB to issue a Cemex Bargainin…
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Mercedes UAW election this week, on Work Stoppage; on the SAG-AFTRA Podcast, Tik-Tok star embraces the influencer agreement; from Labor Radio on KBOO, Vincent Blanco Jr discusses transitioning the Oregon political process to address the concerns of communities of color; Allie Malis from the APFA, on My Labor Radio, and, on the Fly By Night FDX ALPA…
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Employers Beware: An NLRB administrative law judge found that Amazon CEO Andy Jassey's seemingly innocuous answers to interview questions violated the law. Recently, an administrative law judge (ALJ) ruled that Amazon CEO Andy Jassey’s answers to interview questions violated the National Labor Relations Act. Unless the ALJ's decision regarding Jass…
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SEIU Wisconsin pickets for a support staff contract at UnityPoint Meriter Hospital in Madison, the letter carriers union has its annual food drive, the student encampment at UW-Madison goes down but not before getting union support, it's State Employee Appreciation Week and Nurses Week across the country and in Wisconsin, Madison's annual Faith-Lab…
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Political interference in higher ed, from the AAUP Presents podcast; on thePower at Work podcast, Stadium battles: how to beat a billionaire; we meet Fire fighter Audrey Tollefson on the Air Line Pilot Podcast, and on Union or Bust, Paul Diaz, the Portland iron worker from the Chasing the Hook podcast, another Network member. Plus: why the Weekly i…
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With employee engagement the lowest it’s been in 11 years, Dr. Fiona Jamison, CEO of Spring International, joins Labor Relations Radio host Peter List to discuss the “seismic shift” in employee expectations that has occurred over the past several years and how employers can adapt. Fiona’s company, Spring International, is a women-owned, full-servic…
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It's been nearly 35 years since "Employee Engagement" has been in our lexicon. How's that working out? According to Gallup, employee engagement is at its lowest point in 11 years. The term ‘Employee Engagement’ has been around since 1990. Since then, corporate America has spent millions (billions?) of dollars investing in the “engagement industry”—…
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On today’s show, the Art and Labor podcast discusses the demands of the campus protests, and potential strategies for coordination and escalation; The Valley Labor Report talks with Alabama auto workers Quichelle Liggins from Hyundai in Montgomery and Jacob Ryan from Mercedes in Vance about their campaigns after the huge win in Chattanooga; The SAG…
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May Day marches in Milwaukee and Madison, labor support for protests for Palestine at the University of Wisconsin, an informational picket by SEIU Wisconsin at UnityPoint Health-Meriter, AFSCME and AFT state workers meet to talk pay and hiring, the UAW gets another win in the South, a blood drive is coming up in Madison for Nurses Week, and Teacher…
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“When people know what the score is, they play harder.” — Paul Centenari More than 20 years ago, Atlas Container was the cover story of an Inc. magazine article entitled, The Power of Listening (registration required). In this episode of Labor Relations Radio, host Peter List is joined by Paul Centenari, CEO of Atlas Container, a corrugated box man…
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The US labor movement gets a big win at Volkswagen, we hear reports from the Labor Notes conference in Chicago and listen in on the Workers Memorial Day ceremony in Madison, 'No Tech for Apartheid' Google workers are fired after Israel arms AI protests and South Africa's largest labor federation calls for Palestine solidarity, the president of UAW …
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VW workers in Chattanooga win a historic union vote to join the UAW; Workers file for election in London, Kentucky; Roland "Rex" Rexha on the Francis Scott Key Bridge incident; Health and safety wins in Washington, and a profile of labor organizer and activist Jonathan Melrod. This week’s featured shows are Work Stoppage, the podcast that only talk…
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Chris Garlock here, back with another special edition of the Labor Radio Podcast Weekly, live from the Labor Notes conference in Chicago. It’s late again, or, since it’s two o’clock Sunday morning, early. Like the Beatles said, it’s been a hard day’s…night. Today we bring you another sound collage of the voices of activists at the Labor Notes confe…
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Hey, it’s Chris Garlock. It’s after midnight Friday night, so really Saturday morning here at the Labor Notes conference. The late-night jam here at the Great Labor Arts Exchange is winding down, but folks are still deep in intense conversations in the hallways of the Hyatt Regency. Maybe the best way to think about today’s show is like music. It's…
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Madison school workers rally and march for inflation pay, staffing levels, unions fight threats to Social Security, a recenlty fired worker at an Apple Store in Chicago talks about the unionization drive and worker solidarity with Palestine there, a look at the right-wing love of constitutional amendments, Sauk County steps in for UW-Baraboo campus…
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David R. Osborne, Senior Fellow for Labor Policy with the Commonwealth Foundation, returns to Labor Relations Radio to discuss his new podcast, Disunion: The Government Union Report, government unions, as well as how unions are working around the Supreme Court’s 2018 Janus decision. Read more about the Commonwealth Foundation here. Listen to David’…
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The Labor Radio Network is back at the Labor Notes conference! The biannual event, being held April 18-21 in Chicago, Illinois, attracts over 4,000 grassroots labor activists from across the country and around the world. We’ll be bringing you voices from Labor Notes over the next few days; today’s brief show is a conversation between Chris Garlock,…
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Parents having the audacity to ask what their kids are being taught is, apparently, a bad thing. When Nicole Solas, a stay-at-home mom, was enrolling her child into kindergarten, she asked a few too many questions about what was going to be taught to her child. The lack of answers, ultimately, led to public-records requests, which then turned into …
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This is the full 4-14-2024 episode of the Labor Express Radio program. Erek Slater, Chicago public transit bus driver, former elected shop steward and former executive board member of Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 241, wins his court fight for free speech and labor rights for transit workers. Carl Rosen of UE, Jackson Potter of CTU and others di…
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Union organizing and Colorado House Bill 1230; Books for our community; An interview with Egyptian trade union activist Ahmad Badawy; Capitalism is dead...welcome to technofeudalism; and former Vermont AFL-CIO president David van Deusen talks about his new book. This week’s featured shows are Labor Exchange, Colorado's only labor-focused radio show…
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Madison's public shool union will rally for staffing and funding on Monday, Wisconsin Governor Evers vetoes an expansion of child labor in the state, President Bidenis was in Madison to announce student loan forgivemes but faced a protest over Gaza, the UAW will represent non-tenured faculty at Harvard, rats are on the run from the Operating Engine…
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According to a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) press release, “during the first six months of Fiscal Year 2024 (October 1–March 31), union election petitions filed at NLRB field offices rose 35% over the same period in Fiscal Year 2023.” In this episode, Labor Relations Institute’s Michael VanDervort joins host Peter List to discuss the union…
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On this episode of Labor Relations Radio, Congressman Burgess Owens (R-UT) discusses his recently-introduced bill, the Start Applying Labor Transparency (SALT) Act, legislation aimed at exposing “salting,” a common union organizing tactic where individuals are paid by labor unions to infiltrate companies to unionize employers from within. Although …
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Join us as we speak with Portland Association of Teachers' Molly Katzman and Suzanna Kassouf about Portland Public Schools targeting educators for teaching about and displaying student work and their own statements related to Israel and Palestine and the current genocide.Autor: KBOO Community Radio
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A pro-union writer does a hit piece about a not-so-secret secret...actually, the WORST-KEPT SECRET EVER! Last week, Mike Elk, a pro-union writer, who owns a website called PayDay Report, did a hit piece on me entitled “Anti-UAW Union Buster Secretly Behind Hit Labor News Site.” Here is my response. Perhaps, we owe you an explanation... Union Watchd…
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Wisconsin utility companies make an agreement with unions, UW Health nurses begin a new recognition push, labor endorsements come through in the April 2 elections, some union members buck Biden, the University of Wisconsin has a family leave plan, the UAW files at Mercedes in Alabama, the latest from the Worker Justice Center, and Labor Spring and …
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This week: Randi talks with the co-chairs of Standing Together about Palestine/Israel; Tom Owens talks bridges; Victoria Police use explosive weapons at the Web Dock picket; Plus, discussions on the current status of ALPA Canada, United Musicians and Allied Workers. This week’s featured shows are Union Talk, the podcast from the American Federation…
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Why do so many unions seem to support open borders and illegal immigration? Capital Research Center's Michael Watson shares the background why. Have you ever wondered why, on the topic of immigration, unions have gone from protectionism to tacitly supporting so-called “open borders?” In the episode of Labor Relations Radio, Michael Watson, Research…
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This is the full 3-31-2024 episode of the Labor Express Radio program. Erek Slater, Chicago public transit bus driver, former elected shop steward and former executive board member of Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 241, fights his firing by CTA and his unlawful arrest by the Chicago police. Les Leopold discusses his new book Wall Street's War on …
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This week: A report from East Palestine; the UAW's Brandon Mancilla talks about why peace is a labor issue; What's next for Canadian labor journalism? IUOE Legislative and Political Director Seth Toth discusses the Biden administration and offshore wind energy in Humboldt County; and in our final segment; Jessica Breidinger, a Social Science instru…
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We look at how labor sees the Tuesday elections with a focus on schools, state worker unions are still fighting despite Act 10, UE 1186 workers at Willy Street Co-op have a new contract, the Wisconsin Supreme Court hits Amazon and its "contractor" policy and a Tennessee company is hit for child labor violations, a key member of Joe Biden's campaign…
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Reputation Partners’ CEO Nick Kalm returns to Labor Relations Radio to discuss Chicago politics, our nation’s immigration challenges, as well as to share some political observations and prognostications regarding the 2024 national elections. Related: The Chicago Teachers Union Wants to End Student Homelessness at the Bargaining Table Labor Relation…
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On today’s show: A visit with striking Teamsters at Coors-Molson in Ft. Worth, Texas…American Postal Workers Union Organization Director Anna Smith talks about the union’s 2024 organizing campaign…JDoc and Krausey speak with Philly labor leaders…Park Ranger Jerry Bransford’s connection to Mammoth Cave National Park goes back to his enslaved ancesto…
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This is the full 3-17-2024 episode of the Labor Express Radio program. Oscar Chacon, Executive Director of Alianza Americas, discusses the so-called “migrant crisis”. Labor Express Radio is Chicago's only labor news and current affairs radio program. News for working people, by working people. Labor Express Radio airs every Sunday at 8:00 PM on WLP…
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Madison area Starbucks workers who won elections or filed for one this week speak out, the International Labor Organization reports how forced labor and trafficking grows worldwide, two Republican-led Wisconsin constitutional amendments are on the April 2 ballot, UnityPoint-Meriter support staff contract talks drag on, unions advance in Tennessee a…
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On this week's show: Labor Express Radio celebrates 30 years on the air; The Resolved Labor Podcast highlights past leaders of the Worker's Rights Movement; Kazem Nik-Khah talks about workers in Iran on the LabourStart podcast; Succession creator and showrunner Jesse Armstrong tells the On Writing podcast about how he staffed and ran his writers’ r…
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A worker-organizer talks about the drive that got two Madiison-area union elections coming up Monday, a negotiator gives a update on talks at UnityPoint Meriter, Dollar General employees walk out in Mineral Point, UWM to walk out of Waukesha, more unions join a call for a Gaza ceasefire, the South Central Federation of Labor Community Services Conf…
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Thought leader and renowned labor attorney Michael Lotito, with Littler Mendelson’s Workplace Policy Institute, returns to Labor Relations Radio to break down the U.S. Supreme Court case involving the “Chevron Doctrine,” and how it may impact government agencies, as it pertains to labor and employee relations. In particular, Mr. Lotito discusses th…
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