Solidarity Watch: Retail Workers finding better conditions when the union steps in

This article in the New York Times discusses the differences in hours, pay and working conditions between union-represented and unrepresented retail workers in New York City. Union workers can have guaranteed schedules and earn as much as $40,000 per year, while non-union workers across the street learn their schedules two days in advance and make half as much. Unions are more relevant than ever in today's cutthroat workplace!