Chipotle has agreed to pay $400,000 to three former workers at its Sammamish and Issaquah locations to settle a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission lawsuit, the agency announced.
Thanks to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Washington will see an investment of $5.9 billion for projects to revamp critical infrastructure, develop clean energy and expand broadband access.
One of Oregon’s largest labor unions says it’s going to try to oust a Democratic state lawmaker who has been a longtime labor ally.
Some Amazon employees in Seattle plan to walk off the job to show their frustration with recent layoffs, return-to-office mandates and a lack of action to address the company’s impact on climate change, organizers said.
A pioneering Black woman who’s worked for decades as a Seattle police officer has filed a $10 million claim against the Seattle Police Department, alleging she’s endured and witnessed years of racial and gender discrimination within the SPD.
Kali Kennelly went to work for Amazon hoping for a steady income to provide for her two sons and a chance to climb the ranks at a company that touts upward mobility for its warehouse workers.
District 3 City Councilmember Kshama Sawant is seeking to add caste discrimination as a form of prejudice outlawed in Seattle workplaces, adding to a list that includes gender, age, race and sexual orientation.
It was a classic Nike ad — a celebration of women and sports in conjunction with International Women’s Day that was so inspiring and beautifully shot it could bring tears to your eyes.
When Ryan Stevens joined Meta Platforms as a product operations manager for WhatsApp in August 2021, he was enticed by the opportunity to help shape a messaging app used daily by 2 billion people.
Home Depot workers in Philadelphia rejected the first store-wide labor union at the world’s largest home improvement retailer Saturday night, a loss for a fledgling movement to organize at major U.S. companies.
In countries around the world, women do more unpaid labor — housework, child and elder care, and the mental load of managing a family — than men. New research suggests it takes a health toll on many of them.
A few years ago, Carol Kraemer, a longtime finance executive, took a new job. Her title, vice president, was impressive. The compensation was excellent: $200 an hour.
After daylong shifts spent unloading and sorting boxes at an Amazon warehouse, Eli Zingg doesn’t usually go home.
Kiersten Post isn’t afraid to talk about money. She chats with friends about buying a house and budgeting for vacations.
The Climate Resilience Workforce Act would help develop climate change action plans, promote green jobs and focus on marginalized communities that bear the brunt of a warming planet. It is vital legislation that Congress should support.