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For the first time, Uber drivers and other gig workers would qualify for unemployment insurance as part of the Senate’s $2 trillion coronavirus ...
The Senate bill offers relief for gig workers like ride-hailing drivers who have seen their living decimated during the coronavirus crisis.
The vast majority of recently surveyed employees at McDonald’s, Subway, and Pizza Hut report a lack of access to paid sick leave. A closer look ...
About 78% of McDonald's workers surveyed by The Shift Project reported not having access to paid sick leave.
The UAW is asking the Big 3 Detroit automakers to shut down their factories for 2 weeks amid coronavirus outbreak
A coronavirus task force was formed on Sunday, led by the UAW and the CEOs of GM, Ford, and FCA. It's meeting on Tuesday to plan an course of action.
Workers at a Fiat Chrysler plant in Canada have refused to work since Thursday due to a possible coronavirus case
An employee has self-quarantined due to a secondary contact with a coronavirus case. FCA said that there was no case at the factory itself.
"You deserve $15," South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg said. "You deserve a union. And we stand with you."
Kickstarter has unionized, becoming the first tech company to do so as workers organize across the industry
The historic vote created one of the first unions of white-collar tech workers in the country at a time when more in the industry are starting to organize.
We've been heading toward a "Better Capitalism," but if we're going to fix the American economy, companies need to keep raising wages.
Though labor feels different for everyone, the stage where the baby is crowning is the most intense and physically active.
Microsoft’s president says the company welcomes employee dissent, and says other tech companies ‘don’t listen to their employees eno...
Google and other companies have responded to employee activism by shutting down dissent, but Microsoft's president said the company encourages open dialogue.
Martin Luther King Jr. was as vocal about union power as he was about racial injustice — but no one remembers it
Although union membership has declined since King's death, collective bargaining may be making a comeback.