Big Tech has given workers an ultimatum: Come back to the office, or find a new job.
The United Auto Workers union sent 6,800 Stellantis employees to the picket line Monday morning in a surprise, targeted strike at the company’s Ram truck facility.
Elon Musk’s social media company, X (formerly known as Twitter), broke the law when it fired one of its employees for “exercising their right to protected concerted activity” following X’s return-to-office mandate, according to a complaint from the National Labor Relations Board.
Retail pharmacists and technicians around the country say they’re overworked, underpaid and fed up.
The union representing Canadian autoworkers at Ford has reached a tentative deal with the US automaker, keeping more than 5,000 union members on the job and providing some good news for an industry dealing with unprecedented labor disruptions.
The head of the United Auto Workers union is publicly denouncing former President Donald Trump ahead of his visit next week to Detroit as part of a plea to current and former union members.
Some big-name employers are signaling they will get tough on enforcing their return-to-office mandates after Labor Day.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy told employees to get on board with the company’s return-to-office plan or to consider employment elsewhere, the company confirmed to CNN, after a report by Insider highlighted Jassy’s remarks from a recent internal event.
The Biden administration made its most detailed argument to date on the benefits of organized labor with a potential autoworkers’ strike looming as negotiations between the United Auto Workers and auto companies continue and the president works to convince Americans to support his “Bidenomics” vision.
A New Jersey court ordered Starbucks to pay an additional $2.7 million to a former employee who successfully sued the company for wrongful termination, claiming she was fired for being White.
There are multiple stories involving strikes and unions in the news recently.
First there was the Girlboss (the #LeaningIn ambition monster). Then there was the Girl Dinner (a lil’ plate of snacks). Now, according to The Wall Street Journal and others, there is the “Lazy-Girl Job”: an easy, enjoyable and unnecessary super-well-paid gig that frees up more of a woman’s time to live the rest of her life.
Lazarus Limo usually starts his day at 10 a.m. ET, driving passengers and delivering food for Uber around Chapel Hill, North Carolina.