Gravediggers employed by one of the country’s largest cemetery and funeral home corporations, StoneMor, are battling for their first union contract—amid a COVID-related increase in burials.
We spoke to drivers in closed Facebook groups on Amazon's "social media monitoring list."
Teens are using social media to advocate for those working California's fields amidst scorching temperatures, wildfires, and a pandemic with no end in sight.
Despite a no-strike clause in their contract, playoff teams joined the Bucks in refusing to play and demand justice for Jacob Blake.
A majority of employees at the non-profit asked for voluntary recognition on Monday, adding momentum to an organizing boom in the nonprofit sector.
The changes come as the Mozilla Corporation looks to invest in more revenue-generating projects like its recently announced VPN.
The court issued a preliminary injunction, using harsh language about the rideshare companies' “prolonged and brazen refusal to comply with California law."
Facing new laws and legal challenges, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi wrote in the New York Times that Uber would create a benefits fund to preserve drivers' status as 'independent contractors'—but only with a law that forces other companies to do the same.
“In an open letter released on Thursday, dozens of academics proposed a set of principles to stop companies from influencing research with proprietary data and influence.
The CEOs talked a lot about America and its possibilities, but it is undeniable that their actions are undermining what they claim to celebrate.
Union members can learn when their fellow workers’ contracts are set to expire to help organize industry and employer-wide strikes.
An Amazon "Delivery Service Partner" called FAE Distributors told workers that there "is no room for negativity" during the pandemic.