by Lauren C. Williams Sep 3, 2015
Apple, Google and other tech giants will pay out the settlement to 64,466 workers named in the suit.
by Alan Pyke Sep 1, 2015 Updated: Sep 2, 2015
The biggest threat to Uber's business model just gained a whole lot of momentum.
by Alan Pyke Sep 1, 2015
The publicly-built, privately-managed Chicago Skyway is the fastest way to vacation destinations on the shore.
by Bryce Covert Aug 27, 2015
The company announced that it will end the use of on-call shifts and give employees advance notice of their schedules.
by Bryce Covert Aug 21, 2015
The parent company hopes that it helps retain its full-time employees.
by Alan Pyke Jul 14, 2015
By repealing the state's 80-year-old prevailing wage law, Gov. Scott Walker (R) has launched a 'race to the bottom' in the Wisconsin construction industry.
by Alan Pyke Jul 9, 2015
The frothy scrum around Bush's call for working longer hours misses a much more profound error in his thinking.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 1, 2015
Have Republicans all given up on winning union support?
by Bryce Covert Jun 25, 2015
Beauty school students have to pay high tuition but can only expect very low wages once they graduate.
by Alan Pyke Jun 17, 2015 Updated: Jun 17, 2015
The spiritual home of surge pricing may face a massive jump in its own costs after California labor officials found that drivers are company employees, not independent contractors.