By Hayes Brown on January 27, 2014
Three years after the Arab Uprisings,Tunisia has come up with a constitution more progressive in many ways than the United States.
By Bryce Covert on January 27, 2014
Unionized women make more than 90 percent of what their male counterparts are paid.
By Bryce Covert on January 23, 2014
A European idea may come to a Tennessee Volkswagen plant and, with it, an experiment in a new partnership between workers and management.
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By Ian Millhiser on January 21, 2014
The Roberts Court took a workplace case. That's never good news for workers.
By Adam Peck on January 9, 2014
So-called "right-to-work" laws that undermine wages and workers' rights are at the top of the priorities list for the Missouri GOP.
By Nicole Flatow on December 10, 2013
Supreme Court dismissal leaves lower court split on whether unions can use "neutrality agreements" that have been key to organizing non-union shops.
By Bryce Covert on December 9, 2013
Being in a union also means women are much more likely to have health insurance and retirement plans.
By Ryan Koronowski on December 9, 2013
It could cost $82 billion to fix 30,000 miles of decaying cast-iron natural gas pipes, but the American Gas Association estimates that only 500-700 miles of pipe get repaired each year.
By Alan Pyke on November 5, 2013
Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul want to trade LGBT worker protections for a nationwide anti-union "right-to-work" law.
By Ian Millhiser on September 20, 2013
Duquesne University allegedly pays its adjunct professors as little as $10,000 a year. And it claims it is immune to an effort to unionize them.