by Bryce Covert Posted on January 5, 2015 Updated: January 5, 2015
The CEO credits the company's shorter week for its productivity.
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 19, 2014
This is no country for old methods of avoiding legal culpability for worker exploitation. New government charges could spell huge changes to how fast food companies do business.
by Travis Waldron Posted on December 12, 2014 Updated: December 17, 2014
As college athletes push efforts to unionize, Michigan legislation would prevent athletes at the state's public colleges from doing so.
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 10, 2014 Updated: December 18, 2014
Justices struck down wage theft complaints by Amazon.com's exploited warehouse workers, but the case differs in important ways from other high-profile efforts to combat corporate wage theft.
by Amelia Rosch Posted on December 8, 2014
Amazon has a history of resisting unions and treating their warehouse staff poorly.
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 8, 2014 Updated: December 9, 2014
The wholesale retailer approaches its workforce as an investment rather than a cost, and the approach seems to be paying off.
by Alan Pyke & Dylan Petrohilos Posted on December 4, 2014 Updated: December 4, 2014
In barely two years, fast food worker strikes have spread from New York City to 190 others, jumping to other low-wage industries in the process.
by Travis Waldron Posted on December 2, 2014 Updated: December 2, 2014
Congress shouldn't ignore sports or domestic violence. But does it actually have a role in how sports leagues deal with the issue?
by Bryce Covert Posted on November 26, 2014 Updated: November 26, 2014
San Francisco's retail workers will now get two weeks' notice of schedules and pay if their shifts are canceled.
by Joaquim Moreira Salles Posted on November 19, 2014
Management has announced a $1.25 wage increase, less than what workers demanded but still setting a precedent.