Technology giant Google says workers who live in parts of the country where abortion is no longer legal after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade may relocate to states where their rights are protected, no questions asked, according to reports.
The National Labor Relations Board is asking a federal court to order Starbucks to stop using what the federal agency calls an “array of illegal tactics” aimed at workers involved in unionization efforts at the coffee chain’s stores.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit against Marilyn Manson Wednesday, brought by a former assistant accusing the musician of sexual harassment and assault.
Hundreds of thousands of first responders, medical workers, meatpackers and grocery clerks in Minnesota are in line for a $750 bonus check for remaining on the job as the COVID-19 pandemic raged.
Add Apple to the list of major U.S. companies, including Amazon and Starbucks, facing an incipient push by workers to form a union.
Grindr, the dating app that caters to the gay and lesbian community, is now offering health coverage for workers who get gender reassignment surgery.
How is your work situation? Are you satisfied with your pay, benefits, and work schedule? If you’d like to see some adjustments made, now might be the time to have a chat with your boss.
As a wave of worker organizing sweeps the U.S., Apple employees could be the next to unionize.
Amazon is gearing up for its toughest labor fight yet, with two separate union elections coming to a head as soon as next week that could provide further momentum to the recent wave of organizing efforts across the country.
Starting Monday, masks are no longer required for workers, customers and visitors inside all New Jersey state offices and buildings.
Americans continue to quit their jobs at near-record rates, with 4.3 million people handing in their resignations in January, the government said Wednesday.
Fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, reflecting a low number of layoffs across the economy.
More companies are offering to cover the costs of fertility treatments and other family-building services for workers, as they look for ways to recruit talent and stand out from their competitors in a tight labor market.
Tyson Foods is joining other major employers in dropping its mask requirement for fully vaccinated workers, the nation’s largest meat producer told 137,000 employees on Tuesday.
Amazon is more than doubling its maximum base pay to $350,000 for some corporate and tech employees, citing increased competition for tech talent.