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.
How the diminishing value of minimum wage and declining unions are contributing to a poverty rate that hasn’t budged since 1967.
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.
At a time when unions are increasingly under threat, a case before the Supreme Court promises to be the most consequential in a generation.
Honeywell has just revealed a 333:1 gap between the compensation of the 143,000-employee firm’s top executive and most typical workers.
While you’re holiday shopping, remember the unstable job conditions for retail workers.
As the Office of Government Ethics looks into Andrew Puzder, they’ll find he’s fought against basic worker productions while enjoying special CEO rewards at CKE.
America’s next secretary of commerce may be a private equity kingpin who owes his fortune to a career of manipulating American workers.
A Mexican fair trade activist offers lessons from NAFTA.
Almost half of U.S. workers earn less than $15 an hour. This new report details their struggles.
The only thing Koch’s new campaign is missing is the truth: we need policies aimed at redistributing wealth.
Join IPS’s Josh Hoxie to discuss the current landscape and opportunities for long-term care in the US.
A public Q&A with the General Secretary of the largest union in South Africa to shed light on the social, political, and economic challenges facing workers, students, and the poor in post-Apartheid South Africa.
This summer’s International Labour Conference is our chance to initiate an intersectional view of supply chains.