Owners of a Brooklyn warehouse will have to pay out for wage theft.
It took long enough, but the Professional Staff Congress finally has a new contract.
Chicago Teachers Union officials said their bargaining team won’t leave the table until they’ve reached a tentative agreement with Chicago Public Schools.
The latest attempt by President Donald Trump’s administration to curb immigration has drawn the ire of organized labor.
Drivers of ride-sharing businesses want to unionize and organizations want the law to take them to task.
The Chicago Teachers Union and the City of Chicago continued contract negotiations this week while schools remained closed.
Verizon Wireless workers and elected officials want the telecommunications giant to quash racial discrimination in their midst.
Subcontracted American Airlines workers found an ally in U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker.
Chipotle workers claim that their employer continues to violate Fair Workweek laws even after the city announced it was seeking financial remedies for previous violations.
Three weeks into their strike General Motors workers are struggling to get by, suppliers are losing business and GM hasn’t budged.
Subcontracted workers took to the Con Edison building in Manhattan to protest for better jobs and better wages.
Amidst all of the Ukraine hoopla, labor secretary nominee Eugene Scalia’s nomination continues to make its way to confirmation.
Latasha French has worked at a Verizon’s corporate office in Irving, TX for 17 years. However, her status as one of the senior employees in the building didn’t shield her from racial discrimination, according to a complaint.
The Car Wash Bill 2019, which would end subminimum wages and help eliminate wage theft for thousands of downstate New York car wash workers, was passed by the New York State Senate and Assembly in June.
Skip the greeting card—no presents needed: Labor Day, a holiday like no other whose importance lasts beyond a single day
It’s not so easy to find a holiday that crosses all religious, racial, ethnic and gender lines. Your political party, favorite color and years of education matter little too.