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Prematurely ending federal programs had little effect on employment but sharply cut spending, potentially hurting state economies, researchers say.
Ms. Shuler was the No. 2 official before Richard Trumka’s death. A vote to fill the top post for a full term will be held in June.
As a self-described “working-class intellectual,” he declared that direct action was more potent than collective bargaining or conventional politics.
The longer that Covid-19 keeps people home, the harder it may be to get them back to offices; ‘There is no going back’
Nabisco workers now walking picket lines in four U.S. states say their first strike in 52 years is about keeping what they already had as employees producing Oreo cookies, Ritz crackers and other snacks for the global food conglomerate.
A pandemic-tightened labor market has given willing and able workers more of an upper hand with their employers for the first time in generations.
With on-the-job outbreaks of the coronavirus on the rise across California, state workplace safety regulators once again find themselves racing to update rules on vaccines, masking and a host of other virus prevention measures.
Most workers in the US are in favor of their company requiring all employees get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a recent Gallup poll.
After years working successfully as an electrical substation operator for ComEd, Andre Burson said, he failed a marijuana drug test.
Why how we treat each other at work is more critical than ever.
As the number of jobs available exceeds the number of unemployed people, the American worker gains the upper hand in the workplace amid the ongoing pandemic.