While union members traditionally march on May 1 for workers' rights around the world, the day has become a rallying point for immigrants in the U.S.
By Steve Peoples, Amy Taxin, Associated Press
A Belgian study found doctoral students experience mental illness at 2.5 times the rate of other people with college degrees or those currently enrolled at university.
By Kristin Hugo
Republicans are preparing to reshape state laws affecting workplaces, classrooms, courtrooms and more during 2017.
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
Names of President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks continue to emerge on a daily basis. Judy Woodruff sits down with syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks to discuss whether Mr. Trump’s Cabinet choices are antithetical to…
By PBS NewsHour
By Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
Like other states, South Carolina has seen its traditional industries decimated by automation and globalization, as low-skilled factory jobs disappeared or migrated to low-cost labor countries. Now, the state is building a robust, high-skilled factory base, returning manufacturing jobs to…
Collective bargaining isn't working. It's time for the labor movement to innovate and adopt new models.
By Douglas P. McCormick
While collective bargaining used to produce large gains for workers, entrepreneurship is now a worker’s most powerful tool for long-term career success and financial prosperity.
The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs in August, but wages barely increased.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Hillary Clinton on Thursday won the endorsement of the AFL-CIO, the nation's largest labor federation, in another sign of her consolidation of the Democratic party heading into next month's convention.
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