The US Chamber of Commerce and other trade groups filed a lawsuit against the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over the agency’s recent attempt to examine discrimination in financial services, a move that the groups argue needs congressional approval.
The 11th hour deal that prevented a crippling strike at the nation’s freight railroads is the biggest win for US unions in years.
Between strikes by nurses, teachers and maybe railroad workers, and new union efforts gaining steam at Starbucks, Amazon, Apple and elsewhere, big labor is having a big moment.
You probably associate Labor Day with sales, family barbecues and the unofficial end of summer.
The battle to get employees back into the office is about to get a little more heated.
The National Labor Relations Board said on Monday it was unlawful for Tesla to prohibit employees from wearing shirts bearing union insignia, ruling in a 2017 dispute between the electric car maker and the United Auto Workers union.
Years of long hours, understaffed companies and burned-out employees have all led to the latest TikTok trend: quiet quitting.
All right: Let’s talk about “quiet quitting,” the buzzy catch-all phrase that’s not so quietly taken over work culture conversations in recent weeks.
The US Department of Labor proposed fines of almost $1.3 million for Dollar General (DG) after federal inspectors found workplace violations at three Georgia stores, the agency announced Monday.
At first glance, it looks like many Americans got big pay raises since the Covid-19 pandemic started.
Employers continued hiking workers’ pay at a brisker-than-expected pace, but the increases still weren’t enough to compensate for the even faster rise in inflation.
Part-time work has become a lot less popular, both with job seekers and employers.
The US attorney’s office in Manhattan has opened a civil investigation into workplace safety at Amazon warehouses and possible “fraudulent” conduct to hide worker injuries from federal regulators, a spokesperson for the prosecutor’s office said.