Taking matters into their own hands, exploited Uber drivers in NYC decided to improve their jobs and working conditions.
If the NLRB accepts a recommendation from its own general counsel, the right of workers to strike for better wages and conditions could be greatly strengthened.
Not knowing when and for how long they will be at work makes it virtually impossible for workers to arrange for child care or have a good home life.
Having a work schedule you can depend on has joined raising the minimum wage as a winnable demand for America's millions of low-paid workers.
Several big coal companies have also used federal bankruptcy law to escape from funding retirees' pensions through the per-ton tax on coal.
Culinary Workers Local 226, stonewalled by management at Trump's Las Vegas hotel, has a new website with a travel alert, warning the travel industry about the struggle there.
Maryland may not see $15 for quite some time. But Baltimore Fight for $15 activists aren't waiting.
Congress must live up to our nation's 70-year promise to retired miners and their widows.
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.