by Alan Pyke Mar 1, 2016
America's corporate Goliaths are hoping a post-Scalia court will still take away David's rocks.
by Alice Ollstein Feb 23, 2016
Hotel workers listening to Trump's speeches promising "great deals" wonder why he won't make one with them.
by Alice Ollstein Feb 21, 2016
"He says he wants to make America great," housekeeper Marisela Olvera told ThinkProgress. "Well, he should start here in his own house, his own business."
by Bryce Covert Feb 17, 2016
Workers who have been organizing greeted the changes as a partial victory.
by Alan Pyke Jan 22, 2016
Walmart's response to a protest at its 2013 shareholder meeting went too far.
by Bryce Covert Jan 14, 2016
"Erratic and constantly changing schedules leave many workers—especially in growing low-wage industries—unable to plan ahead to make ends meet," O'Malley says.
by Bryce Covert Dec 17, 2015
The retailer plans to end on-call schedules by March and to give workers at least 10 days' notice of their schedules.
by Alice Ollstein Dec 17, 2015
"Everyone was very stressed. People were afraid."
by Alan Pyke Dec 15, 2015
The rationale behind Seattle's new Uber law could help shake up the running debate over the future of work.
by Alan Pyke Dec 10, 2015
A court ruling Thursday increases the pressure facing Uber over its employment policies.