Left Media Unionization Is Trending


One of the most striking trends in employment is the rise in unionization among professional workers.

In reality, the DNC and many non-profit organizations and government agencies are reserved for relatives of donors and their political allies. Because they have the right graduates, the ruling class sends its children there.

Two-thirds of DNC employees signed cards indicating they wanted a union election. This is from NBC itself. A neutral third party verified the cards, and 67% of employees voted for it.

The union was actually targeting the DNC to organize. Alison Goh said, “We are thrilled that we joined SEIU Local 500 to live out our Democratic values on the job. According to NBC, Goh worked as a DNC staffer. He was also an SEIU union organizer. Goh was the last to hold the post of Special Assistant to the Director of Organizing. He retired after many years of experience in the field.

The DNC appears to be celebrating the win, with Chair Jamie Harrison declaring pride in his support of the unionization effort. Staff and management also issued a joint statement affirming that the process was collaborative. This statement clearly comes from someone who has never had to negotiate their first contract.

Campaign Workers Guild was formed by a group of young entrepreneurs.

The DNC is wrong if it thinks their new union will have fundamentally differing demands. Young idealists might be able to take advantage of the time they were forced to quit their job.

Slate, a unionized left-wing organization, is currently in contract negotiations.

Let’s face facts. Not-for-profits, small media outlets, and political organizations won’t be able to afford the same benefits and salaries as the automakers and tech giants. Under-30-year-olds don’t know what it takes to run a social media campaign that embarrasses employers.

NBC says that right-leaning political campaigns and Republican political camps are not subjected to the same organizing efforts. However, we can still celebrate this trend’s impact on network left-wing organizations making media policy decisions.