It should be a reminder of how deeply retrogressive capitalism has once again become both here at home and elsewhere across the planet.
The court’s ruling could have been much worse—and soon will be. Workers and unions need to be prepared.
The rule made it more difficult for victims of discrimination to pursue justice and weakened the commission’s ability to root out discrimination.
Rolling back restrictions on child labor and dismantling public education will make the country far more unequal. For today’s GOP, that’s a feature, not a bug.
Religious employers have found a way to give themselves cover for blatant discrimination—and the Supreme Court is ready to back them up.
The radical tactics of the IWW are better suited to the bleak US jobs landscape than those of mainstream trade unions.
How a cohort of young feminists helped launch the fight against rape and sexual harassment on college campuses 45 years ago.
Title VII’s short period for filing a complaint harms one of the very populations the law is meant to protect: pregnant or nursing mothers—especially mothers of color.
Wendy Chun-Hoon, the new head of the Women’s Bureau at the Department of Labor, talks about how the Biden administration should seize this moment to prevent women from being locked out of the labor force for good.
An inside account of how Janet Dhillon has hollowed out America’s only workplace civil rights watchdog.
Fifty-seven percent of Americans believe the country needs a third major party.
If Biden were to embrace the idea, Sanders and a team of visionary leaders could forge a new New Deal for working Americans.
The California ballot measure could be the most radical undoing of labor legislation since Taft-Hartley.
Since 2015, scores of women have accused the company of fostering a workplace rife with sexual harassment—and of turning its back when they reported mistreatment.