Across the country, essential workers are maintaining goods and services, despite the risks posed by the pandemic. Grocery store employees, bus drivers and sanitation workers are in close contact with the public, and many say they don't have what they…
Nevada Democrats on Sunday participated in a second day of early voting ahead of Saturday’s presidential caucuses. But voters expressed concerns this weekend over long lines and confusion about voting rules after the state allowed early caucus voting for the…
Organized labor in the American workforce has declined since the 1980s, with many unions struggling to attract workers as companies voice opposition to them. But in Las Vegas, one union has broken through to much of the city’s hospitality sector…
By Rachel Lerman, Associated Press
Kathryn Spiers, a security engineer, said Google fired her after she created a pop-up notification for employees to inform them of their labor rights.
By Courtney Vinopal
Democratic lawmakers and the White House are both claiming victory for the major North American trade deal that is now expected to win approval from Congress after more than a year of deadlock.
A national strike by the United Auto Workers is now in its 18th day. The walkout of 46,000 employees affects more than 50 General Motors sites, and although the two sides continue to talk and are said to be making…
By Michelle L. Price, Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
They were among 19 Democrats scheduled to speak at a labor forum hosted by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, a public employees union that represents 1.6 million workers. The event is a moment for the candidates…
For Trump, appointing Eugene Scalia is a way to continue taking on unions without alienating rank and file union members in key states he’ll need to win reelection in 2020.
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
If voters consent to Proposition A, Missouri would become the 28th state outlawing mandatory union fees in workplace contracts and the sixth Republican-led state to do so in the past six years.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that government workers can't be forced to contribute to labor unions that represent them in collective bargaining, dealing a serious financial blow to organized labor.
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