Incarcerated workers are making components for the military contractor BAE Systems—and only keeping a fraction of their paychecks.
The Top Glove outbreak in Malaysia is linked to thousands of migrant workers, raising questions about safety standards.
Critics doubt that Emotiv's earphone-style sensors can reliably track things like stress and attention—and some worry the technology will become yet another form of workplace surveillance.
Garment workers in India, Bangladesh, Cambodia and Sri Lanka are protesting brands that have a history of exploitation.
The state is reconsidering its policy after a hacker released a script that automatically submits junk data to its 'COVID-19 fraud' website, which allows employers to report workers who refuse to work during the pandemic.
Members of a historically-militant union are demanding sanitary conditions while working ports that serve as major shipping arteries.
While competitors Target and Home Depot have reduced store hours to help combat the coronavirus, Lowe’s continues to expose staff and customers.
The changes also mean Geek Squad employees, who feared they could spread the coronavirus by visiting customers in their homes, will get hazard pay.
Six current Geek Squad employees describe a lack of support from Best Buy, and how they may inadvertently help spread coronavirus.
Best Buy employees who feel sick but haven’t been diagnosed with coronavirus are being asked to use vacation time or borrow against future vacation time.
Companies have promised to improve automated systems that dictate work shifts. They’re still making workers miserable.
Uber suspended not just hundreds of riders but two drivers from the platform, temporarily cutting them off from a source of income.