Despite occasional friction, unions and Occupy have found a way to live happily together.
Republicans have accomplished what Democrats and unions never could: they’ve made the National Labor Relations Board a household name.
Women dominate growing sectors like retail and home healthcare—but the jobs there are grueling and the wages are low.
It seems China’s labor practices are now to be admired rather than scorned, lest the American economy decline further in the new world order.
Steve Jobs told Obama that Apple manufacturing jobs are never coming back to the US. Really?
What does democracy look like? Try a grassroots campaign organized by ordinary citizens to recall their union-busting governor.
A Q&A with Frank Bardacke, whose new book Trampling Out the Vintage complicates the legend and legacy of Cesar Chavez.
A progressive labor slate has won a historic legislative victory, overturning the traditional Democratic machine.
Not content with their successful assaults on public workers, Republicans are set on destroying private sector unions, pushing “right to work” laws with false promises of job creation.