How corporate America used the Great Recession to turn good jobs into bad ones.
How low-wage food service workers are serving up justice.
The country's largest employer tried to compare the wages of their long-term employees to the stipends of Nation interns. The Daily Beast bought their spin.
Showdowns in Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City and beyond have turned out parents and teachers in droves—and revealed how out of touch education reformers really are.
In the wake of Bangladesh's Rana Plaza disaster, consumers are showing new interest in brands that do right by their workers.
Low-paid adjunct faculty, who are mostly female, have started unionizing for better pay—and winning.
The Nation's Greg Kaufmann joined Stand Up! With Pete Dominick to argue that there are ways to alleviate poverty in America and that it starts with increasing the minimum wage.
If cab drivers in Chicago win their lawsuit to become employees of the city, their jobs will become a lot less terrible.
I leaned out when I should have leaned in. But the problem is about much more than individual women’s choices.
Inside the new—and exploitative—temporary economy.