Thousands of Los Angeles city employees, including sanitation workers, engineers and traffic officers, walked off the job for a 24-hour strike alleging unfair labor practices
A federal judge says she’s not changing her decision to let NFL Coach Brian Flores put the league on trial over claims that he and other Black coaches face discrimination
Workers have been thrust into a battle over corporate America, experts said.
The lawsuit, filed June 30, seeks $20,000,000 in damages.
A former postal worker wants a ruling to balance work and worship, he says.
A onetime aide to former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo who accused him of sexual harassment in a federal lawsuit has filed a separate lawsuit against the state
As pandemic fears wane, in-person jobs surge, experts said.
ABC News has obtained exclusive audio from Elon Musk’s meeting, demanding employees head back to the office.
More than two and a half years into the pandemic, many businesses have had to curb their hours of operations or services as they continue to grapple with labor shortages
The lack of workers risks worsening inflation, which could trigger a recession.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk has made massive staffing cuts at the social media platform.
Americans are looking for extra work to boost wages that lag due to inflation.
It along with another bill were meant to “unwind California’s failed history of cannabis prohibition,” according to Newsom’s office.
Some employees say Google hasn’t gone far enough in response to Dobbs decision.
The National Labor Relations Board says Starbucks is violating U.S. labor law by withholding pay hikes and other benefits from stores that have voted to unionize