Workers and union leaders dusted off bullhorns and flags that had stayed furled during coronavirus lockdowns for slimmed down but still boisterous — and at times violent — May Day marches on Saturday, demanding more labor protections amid a pandemic…
By John Leicester, Niniek Karmini, Nicolas Garriga, Associated Press
President-elect Joe Biden has selected Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as his labor secretary, choosing a former union worker who shares his Irish American background and working-class roots.
By Steve LeBlanc, Associated Press
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence touted the Trump administration's record on law and order at a rally in Exeter, Pennsylvania on Tuesday.
By Associated Press
Dubbed the “Strike for Black Lives,” labor unions, along with social and racial justice organizations from New York City to Los Angeles, will participate in a range of planned actions.
By Associated Press
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
By a 385-41 vote, the House approved a bill that puts in place terms of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
By Dee-Ann Durbin, Associated Press
The National Labor Relations Board has ruled in McDonald's favor in a long-running case filed by 20 workers who were fired or faced retaliation for trying to unionize.
Nearly 50,000 workers at General Motors plants across the country went on strike at midnight Sunday, bringing production to an immediate halt. It’s the first nationwide work stoppage since 2007 for United Auto Workers, which says it hasn't been able…
Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell discusses the state of the economy, bigger changes in the job market and why wages haven’t caught up with other economic trends in a conversation with Judy Woodruff. At the Atlantic Ideas Festival, Powell also…
By Thomas Kochan, Erin L. Kelly, Will Kimball, MIT Sloan School of Management, Duanyi Yang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A nationally representative survey of the workforce found interest in joining unions to be at a four-decade high.
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