Proposed changes in HB 5002 will drastically change Michigan's workers' compensation law.
African Americans are experiencing the sharpest edge of layoffs of government and other public workers across the country
A group of 18 warehouse workers here filed a lawsuit in federal court Nov. 18 against two staffing firms they say are not paying them for the hours they worked.
This holiday season, the National Consumers League is issuing a reminder to part-time and seasonal workers of their rights and protections under federal labor laws and warning them about the prevalence of abuses in the workplace.
A pair of international union allies helped Paperworkers at the Huhtamaki Packaging Plant in Fulton, N.Y., defeat a terrible company health insurance scheme.
Striking workers at Red Cross won a tentative agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement.
Labor and community activists throughout Ohio jubilantly celebrated the massive defeat of Issue 2 and repeal of the draconian union-busting SB 5.
Over their careers, construction workers have a one in 200 chance of dying on the job, five times what the government considers the "significant" risk.
The granny in "Grannygate" is Marlene Quinn, a 78-year-old Cincinnati woman whose grandson and great granddaughter were saved by firefighters in a house fire a year ago.
"What we saw was never to be imagined: When the work day ends, farm workers - men, women, and children - returned to grim camps."