When one agrees to become a top official in the federal government, particularly one afforded independence from the White House’s whims, it’s generally with the hopes of doing big things and expectation that you’d be empowered to try.
Trades Union Congress Paul Nowak says Twitter layoffs are driving new union sign-ups.
Wall Street and Silicon Valley have been slammed by the Fed’s inflation fight.
Thirty years later, as president, Biden is turning to those very same laws to prevent another strike and impose a tentative contract agreement that his administration brokered but multiple rail unions voted to reject.
Powell faces backlash for suggesting that unemployment likely needs to rise to ease wage growth and tame surging prices.
Two largest unions close in on votes in the biggest test yet of the Biden administration’s push to avert strikes.
Despite women flooding into the workforce over the last half century, workplaces have remained stuck in the business-as-usual past.
Gavin Newsom has sided with unions and worker advocates on a number of closely watched proposals.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission continues to operate with a working majority of Republican appointees, more than a month after former Chair Janet Dhillon’s term expired.
A wave of academic studies in recent decades suggest that the option to terminate a pregnancy increases economic freedom, especially for women of color.
The move comes as many GOP-led states are moving to limit access to abortions and transgender care.
The public sector has gained back 53 percent of the jobs lost since February 2020. The private sector has won back 93 percent.
Labor leaders were furious by what they viewed as a special carveout for sports stars.
Nearly two dozen hospital officials and association leaders told POLITICO they’ve lost just a fraction of their staff to the federal immunization requirement.
While most health workers are vaccinated, many are still falling sick, exacerbating a staff shortage as more Americans seek hospital care.