Unpredictable scheduling is on the rise across the country as the part-time and around-the-clock labor force expands, and there is a growing movement to give employees, most of them low-wage, more control over when they work.
Jobs with Justice is working with Coalition partners to introduce, lobby for and pass Fair Scheduling reform in the Massachusetts State legislature.Read More
A single payer health care system covers everyone under a publicly financed insurance plan. Medical care would be free at the point of service. All doctors and hospitals would be accessible to any resident without the restrictions currently imposed by insurance companies and employers. Fair, progressive taxation would replace premiums and co-pays.Read More
The tipped minimum wage system impacts millions of women and restaurant workers across the commonwealth. Gender discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual assault should not be “on the menu” in Massachusetts’ restaurants — and it's time for the legislature to act.Read More
We are tech workers committed to organizing for social justice in the Greater Boston Area.Read More
Support registered nurses at St. Luke’s Hospital to form a union and join the Massachusetts Nurses Association.
St. Luke’s Nurses vote to join Massachusetts Nurses Association, South Coast Today, November 30, 2018Read More
A hotel worker strike in Boston that’s lasted more than six weeks is officially over.Read More
As members of the Northeastern community -- students, faculty, alumni, and other campus workers -- and members of communities around Boston, we stand with Northeastern full-time non-tenure track faculty in their efforts to form their union with SEIU Local 509.
Add your name to an open letter supporting Northeastern Full-Time Non-Tenure Track FacultyRead More
Massachusetts Jobs With Justice is partnering with the Pioneer Valley Workers Center to stand in solidarity with the nearly 80 workers at the Daily Hampshire Gazette and Advocate newspapers who are forming a union with the NewsGuild CWA.Read More
Recently, direct care staff at the ARC of South Norfolk voted to unionize with AFSCME Council 93. Unfortunately, management has fought them every step of the way; from hiring a union buster to appealing every decision from the NLRB, management has refused to sit down and negotiate with staff. JWJ is supporting their campaign.Read More