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 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."
It was six in the morning of Oct. 26 and two busloads of motivated Chicago teachers and friends were on their way to Springfield to rally and lobby to protect their pensions.
Public employee pension plans are actually far more cost effective than defined contribution, the 401k-style plans fashionable in the private sector.