Proposed cuts to federal agency budgets and changes to employment law benefit only the US president and his cronies.
The 2016 bonus pool held enough dollars to lift the pay of all of the country’s more than 3 million servers up to $15 an hour.
As we review Alexander Acosta, let’s remember Andrew Puzder.
Overpaid CEOs make everybody’s blood boil. But the minute you suggest there might be a responsible role for policymakers in addressing the problem, watch out.
If Trump lets corporate elites dictate new trade rules, all working families will suffer.
A new report calculates the gap in retirement assets between the top 100 CEOs and all African-American, Latino, female-headed, and white working class households.
Growing inequality helps explain the rise of both Sanders and Trump. Understanding these dynamics can create the potential for serious radical change.
Be part of this discussion on the widening pay gaps on the global political stage and how we can build on promising initiatives to narrow this economic divide.
A new documentary, SHIFT CHANGE, highlighting a successful and growing cooperative and employee ownership sector in the United States, has its premiere with two screening events.
This Forum will connect worker rights advocates from around the world and across the U.S. to share their stories of struggle and innovative strategies for helping marginalized workers claim their rights. It is an opportunity to meet directly with international and local labor rights activists.
Hershey’s chocolate packing plant is in at the center of a dispute related to a “summer work travel visa” with little opportunity beyond mere survival.
It could raise $100 billion and provide a solution to give retired people the raises they need.
Monologist Mike Daisey takes on Apple and challenges audiences to exercise their consumer power to effect change.
Please join us for a briefing on the turmoil in Côte d’Ivoire and its impacts on workers, as well as prospects for future development of workers’ organizations and democratic institutions.
At the U.S. Social Forum in Detroit, reports columnist Christine Ahn, a new and powerful antiwar movement came together.