"As an organization that cares about Israel's future as a democratic and progressive society, this matters to us, and should matter to others as well."
The administration issued a final 369-page rule explaining just how federal contractors must comply with labor law.
Uber drivers won't have to accept an onerous settlement, and Calif. teachers won't lose tenure.
The direct attack on worker rights engineered by Gov. Scott Walker is only one front of the war on workers.
More than 100,000 Minneapolis workers - many of them women and people of color - would benefit from the $15 wage.
Wendy's is still refusing to sign the CIW's Fair Food agreement; readers can sign the petition and join the boycott.
OSHA said the worker had his finger amputated by the machine when he was trying to remove chicken parts jammed in its conveyor belt.
The New York mayor said his executive order would mandate labor peace on construction and retail by “preventing disruptions” while benefiting the workers.
Amid reports Republicans may be ceding Virginia to Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, unions are focusing on defeating a right to work referendum.
The staff hand-signed and posted an open letter saying they want to work for a quality newspaper, but the corporation mandated layoffs and unfilled positions.