Work holiday parties are back in full force this year. Etiquette expert Elaine Swann talks to NPR’s Michel Martin about how to get through them without embarrassing yourself.
Autoworkers at the Big 3 once set the gold standard for middle class life, with good wages and lifelong benefits. But that hasn’t been true for a long time.
Autoworkers at Ford’s Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, Ky., voted no on the contract agreement reached by the United Auto Workers union.
The United Auto Workers staged an unprecedented strike against the Big Three Detroit automakers — and they emerged with three big, lucrative deals. But the wider impact on the rest of the country is much less clear.
Fifty years ago, in the early 1970s, Joe Uehlein was a construction worker in Pennsylvania, building a bridge over the Susquehanna River.
On a recent Saturday, a crowd marched in the rain outside a Stellantis parts distribution center in Tappan, N.Y.
As the United Auto Workers strike is set to enter its third week, one thing is for certain: The union is prepared for a long fight against the Big Three automakers.
Eric Mullins, a third-generation UAW worker picketing outside the massive Michigan Assembly Plant near Detroit, wasn’t itching to strike.
A new Texas law that prohibits race-based hair discrimination has inspired one woman to try to give back to Black and minority communities across the country.
A bill in California awaiting the signature of Gov. Gavin Newsom would ban caste discrimination in the state. But the legislation has revealed deep divisions in the South Asian community.
About a year into her sales job at TikTok, Nnete Matima had what she describes as her first-ever panic attack.
United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain has been in that office less than six months, and already he has launched a series of targeted strikes at factories owned by General Motors, Ford and Stellantis.
It can be hard to know how to act at work. I want to be my relaxed, authentic self — but sometimes that comes off as way too casual.
Workers of all stripes have chafed at the stratospheric pay of their CEO bosses for years, even decades.
The chair of North Carolina’s Democratic party is just 25.