Union leaders see the weakening of union rights and the drop in union membership numbers as key factors in the backward movement of the middle class.
When it comes to the National Labor Relations Board nominations, the story line may be summed up in one sentence: Here we go again.
The long struggle by thousands of Avondale shipyard workers here to save their jobs appears to have been successful.
Declaring, "We are a union of immigrants," Auto Workers President Bob King elevated immigration reform to a top spot on the UAW's lobbying agenda.
The nation's unemployment rate was 7.9% in January, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said, up 0.1% from December's figure.
The two top Illinois labor leaders were joined by policy experts to demand closing tax loopholes for Wall Street and the richest two percent of Americans.
The number of union members nationwide declined by 398,000 from 2011 to 2012, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says in its latest report.
A wide cross section of the faith, labor, and social justice community protested Walmart's attempt to build a store near the Detroit border.
The Mississippi Alliance for Fairness at Nissan held a press conference to emphasize how the auto giant is unfairly treating its 3,300 workers at its Canton, Mississippi plant.
The hunger strikers called on postal management to suspend cuts and closures and allow Congress to fix the finances by repealing the prefunding mandate and refunding the pension surplus.