The uncertainty of the gig economy will define the future of work.
It’s just the latest major labor action to roil the telecom industry.
Striking Verizon workers cheered the Brooklyn-born Sanders as he thanked them for their courage in standing up to corporate greed.
Verizon workers launched a massive strike over the telecom giant's "greed."
The divided decision highlighted the potential impact of Antonin Scalia's death on a slate of important rulings pending in the court.
McDonald's and Walmart ceded moderate income hikes while workers staged enormous rallies around the country demanding $15 an hour -- an "audacious" ask that many governments are getting behind.
Women across Mexico work in private homes without contracts, paid leave, vacations, or protection against abuses. Less than 200 Mexicans house cleaners have signed on so far to join the new union.
Republicans in Kentucky have opened up a new frontier in the war on labor, pushing through county right-to-work ordinances that put the fate of union workers in the hands of local, rather than state, governments.
A Congressional push to approve construction of the pipeline appears headed for defeat, but the jobs-verses-environment binary seems here to staty.
Organized labor has been under assault for decades in this country, and a new breed of anti-union laws could be coming to your town next.