A growing number of grocers are adopting a novel approach in the race to get their workers vaccinated against COVID-19: providing pay incentives.
As COVID-19 deaths and illnesses mount, essential workers — who are denied the chance to work from home — are struggling to stay safe. And it’s far from clear whether the federal government is doing enough to protect them, according to a former top federal workplace safety official.
In September, after six months of exhausting work battling the pandemic, nurses at Mission Hospital in Asheville, N.C., voted to unionize.
President-elect Joe Biden is tapping Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, a Biden ally with deep ties to unions, as his labor secretary, a source familiar with the decision tells NPR’s Don Gonyea.
Willy Solis never saw himself as an activist.
Economist Robert Reich served in the administrations of Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter before becoming U.S. Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton.
Unions put them out in front of businesses they’re fighting with. Which is why Scabby the rat has been spotted outside stores, in front of factories — and even on HBO.
Hundreds of Google employees have published an open letter following the firing of an accomplished scientist known for her research into the ethics of artificial intelligence and her work showing racial bias in facial recognition technology.
Google illegally fired two employees involved in labor organizing last year, the National Labor Relations Board alleged in a complaint on Wednesday.
Historically, immigration has been a policy area where the President has a lot of discretion. Over the past four years, The Trump administration hasn’t been shy about using that power.
The U.S. Soccer Federation has reached a proposed settlement with the Women’s National Team in a legal battle over working conditions but a dispute over equal pay with that of their male counterparts continues.
Norah Perez’s children had been going to day care since they were four months old. That came to an abrupt end this spring when the coronavirus hit and their day care closed.
If Congress doesn’t compromise and pass another relief bill, a new study finds a staggering number of Americans will lose a critical financial lifeline as the pandemic worsens.
When news broke that Florida voters had approved a ballot measure raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, Terrence Wise celebrated from a thousand miles away.
Rising from the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, just south of the Canadian border, this distant city looks like a quaint throwback, with Victorian-era architecture, church steeples and a main shopping street laid with brick.