by Alan Pyke Oct 10, 2015
President Obama is planning to spend the rest of his presidency focused on the future of work -- and workplace protections -- in an age of extreme inequality.
by Bryce Covert Oct 7, 2015
The company becomes the fifth to do away with on-call scheduling after an investigation from New York's attorney general.
by Alan Pyke Sep 30, 2015
Players don't have to be paid cash after graduation, but the NCAA can't keep banning non-scholarship compensation.
by Alan Pyke Sep 25, 2015
The newest gambit in the evolving battle between Uber drivers and the $50 billion start-up.
by Bryce Covert Sep 16, 2015
A new bill would crack down on companies with much higher penalties for running afoul of labor laws.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 14, 2015
Walker says he'll eliminate the National Labor Relations Board, ban federal worker unions, and repeal prevailing wage laws nationwide.
by Bryce Covert Sep 9, 2015
Some retailers are deciding to make their scheduling practices more humane.
by Bryce Covert Sep 7, 2015
On Labor Day, a look at the benefits of being in the labor movement for women and people of color.
by Dylan Petrohilos Sep 7, 2015
The Radical history of the labor movement.
by Alan Pyke Sep 6, 2015
Some experts believe we're on the cusp of an economic revolution akin to the Industrialization of the 20th century.