"Warehouse jobs are middle-income jobs...in most of the U.S., except in the counties where Amazon operates fulfillment centers."
Mayor Jacob Frey “caved to corporate lobbying," the council member who drafted the bill said.
The app-based delivery companies are contesting a new law would require them to pay their workers $17.96 per hour in the city.
The city is raising the minimum wage for "deliveristas" to $17.96 per hour, making it the first city in the U.S. to implement such a law.
A new bill would give fast-food workers a seat at the table setting labor standards.
A new study from Columbia finds that low wages in middle age can accelerate cognitive decline in older age.
The bill would lock workers out of basic labor rights and protections, while preventing states from enforcing higher standards.
A new report reveals that the vast majority of big food and retail corporations in the U.S. aren’t paying anywhere near a $15 minimum wage.
“As inflation continues to climb and gas prices continue to go up, employees will need to work to maintain their current level of living.”
Are poverty and police violence the price of fashion?
E-girl fashion website Dolls Kill is selling a Halloween costume that riffs on Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and his mittens on Inauguration Day.
Art Laffer is the brains behind “trickle down” economics.