Campaign workers organize
A new union is setting their sights on workplaces known for underpaid employees who work long hours with few benefits and uncertain career prospects while being exhorted to put teamwork before their well-being: campaign offices. In advance of the 2018 midterms, the newly formed Campaign Workers Guild is seeking to organize election staffers, particularly those who work for pro-labor Democrats. Read more in Mother Jones.
photo: workers in Randy Bryce’s campaign for Congress; courtesy Campaign Workers Guild
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