Many American jobs may hang in the balance based upon a completely different factor: the availability of skilled talent.
A U.S. contractor should not be able to break U.S. labor laws, especially at the Capitol and Senate.
Uber’s unabashed play to gobble up the desperate workforce came as no surprise to industry observers.
A $15 minimum wage has a more negative impact on franchise businesses than their non-franchise counterparts.
Women earn 79 cents for every dollar earned by men and the gap is even higher for women of color.
Patents are surrounded by current jobs, and future jobs.
America’s poorest workers are starting to say “I Have a Dream” once again.
Without songwriters, there would be no music.
Unions remain the secular backbone of the civic and political life of many ordinary Americans.
The petitioners’ arguments are grounded in First Amendment protections.