Cherri Senders

  • They're calling 2016 the Year of the Worker, and here at Labor 411, we think they may be on to something.

  • By Ross Lenihan

    Philadelphia’s NPR affiliate recently hosted Labor 411 founder Cherri Senders and Patrick Eiding, the President of the Philadelphia Council of the AFL-CIO, to discuss a new pro-labor business guide. Labor 411 Philadelphia is available online here and a print version will be presented to thousands of attendees at the Democratic National Convention in late July.

  • Labor 411 Founder and Publisher Cherri Senders writes for theLA Daily News on the company's latest campaign: BuyBlue. It is a week of concentrated ethical consumer spending for the betterment of middle-class America. Read more below...

    By Cherri Senders

    If you are like most Americans, you are worried about the historically high levels of economic inequality in this country. A recent New York Times poll found that two-thirds of respondents believe that the gap between rich and poor needs to be addressed now, and that income and wealth should be distributed more evenly. In a separate survey, nearly half of those polled by market firm GfK expect companies to provide good, living-wage jobs.

  • By Ross Lenihan

    A new Pew survey reveals how Millennials, the oft-hyped demographic, view key social institutions. It turns out that Millennials have a more positive view of many major social institutions than their elders and that one of the most notable examples is organized labor.