The state’s teachers go on strike, calling for a ban on tax cuts until education funding reaches national average.
Politicians have made a mess of things for American workers, but a new Poor People’s Campaign is rising to set things right.
Employees of at least five U.S. corporations would have to work more than a millennium to catch up with their CEO.
Huge tax cuts for energy corporations have left state school budgets broke.
The teacher’s strike holds a lesson for other states: slashing taxes is no excuse for underfunding education.
South Florida was known as a hotbed for modern day slavery. Now, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers are using their innovative model to bring dignity to the tomato fields.
The new SEC disclosure regulation finally sees daylight, bringing changes for shareholders, employees, and even consumers, Sarah Anderson explains in this Bloomberg Q+A.
In preparation of the landmark Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court case, workers across the U.S. rally to show their collective power and demand an end to the rigged economy.
Most Americans now have A/C at home. At work, it’s a different story.
Deep pockets are pushing to place the blame on firms that can’t keep up with the top 5% of companies, and want to see labor rights slashed accordingly.
Learn about the impact of Trump’s immigration enforcement policies on survivors of labor trafficking and hear their ideas on what policy solutions must be adopted in this new era.
Some of the same factors that make Wall Streeters fabulously rich are making construction work tragically unsafe.
A quarter of Andrew Puzder’s employees reported unpaid overtime, a third complained of wage theft, and fully two-thirds said they were sexually harassed.
A Mexican fair trade activist offers lessons from NAFTA.
Despite disappointing election results, the Podemos Party’s commitment on inequality has already reshaped the Spanish political landscape.