COVID-19 In Illinois: Nearly 700 Nursing Home Workers Go On Strike For Hazard Pay At Infinity Healthcare CentersThese caregivers say they need hazard pay, better staffing, and more personal protective equipment (PPE) like face masks.
Caregivers Go On Strike In Cicero Over Pandemic Working ConditionsNearly 700 essential nursing home workers plan to walk off the job Monday morning. 
Nursing Home Workers Threaten Strike In Midst Of PandemicWorkers at 40 Chicago-area nursing homes announced Monday they have set a May 8 strike date over wages as many of the facilities are treating patients suffering from the coronavirus.
"We Will Not Risk Our Safety": Instacart Workers Announce Emergency Strike Over Coronavirus ConcernsInstacart workers plan to conduct a nationwide strike Monday over what they consider a lack of protection and adequate compensation for their risky trips to grocery stores — even though they are "risking our lives."
U Of Chicago Nurses Could Soon Hit The Picket Line AgainThe new one-day strike is set for November 26, just two days before Thanksgiving.
CPS Classes Canceled For Eighth Day On Monday, Which Will Make 2019 Teachers' Strike Longest Since 1987Classes are canceled for again for Chicago Public Schools students on Monday, CPS announced.
Possible CTU Strike Leaves Parents Scrambling To Make Child-Care PlansThis leaves many families in limbo, scrambling to make plans if school is not in session, and some come at a cost.
Auto Workers Go On Strike At GM Factories Amid Contract ImpasseTens of thousands of United Auto Workers were on strike across the country on Monday, after they couldn’t reach an agreement on a new four-year contract with General Motors.
Thousands Of Chicago Area Uber And Lyft Drivers Plan To Join Global StrikeThousands of Uber and Lyft drivers are taking action today, planning a strike in dozens of cities, as they demand better pay and working conditions.
City Colleges Clerical Workers Reach Tentative Contract Deal, Call Off Strike After One DayA day after going on strike, hundreds of staff members at the City Colleges of Chicago have reached a tentative contract agreement and will head back to work.
Striking Chicago Symphony Orchestra Musicians Approve 5-Year ContractMusicians and management at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra approved a new five-year contract and will return to work, after a nearly seven-week strike.