The postal workers say keeping post offices open longer would not only create more jobs, but also...
The National Labor Relations Board has become a lightning rod for controversy.
The decision could have broad repercussions for the business world.
The decision overturns a previous ruling, and leaves the team without an appeal.
Industry groups warn the NLRB decision would change the definition of an “employer.”
The long-awaited regulations aim to lower workplace exposure to beryllium.
The ruling is a defeat for business groups who challenged the regulations.
Elections are reportedly happening 11 days faster since the NLRB regulations were enacted.
The Democratic presidential frontrunner has stopped short of endorsing the proposal nationally.
“The Schedules that Work Act” would protect workers who ask their bosses for schedule changes.
"Scott Walker is a national disgrace," Trumka said in the statement.
Fresh off their victory on marriage, advocates are launching a bid for workplace protections.
The Labor Department will move forward on schedule.
The wage hikes take effect on Jan. 1 unless Congress proposes an alternative.
The company will hold a national career day on Sept. 9.
The company is a leading supplier for national fast food restaurants and supermarkets.
The push is part of a larger fight for a $15 minimum wage.
The box on federal job applications asks whether a person has a criminal record.
The Payroll Fraud Prevention Act would penalize employers that misclassify workers and violate long...
Sen. Orrin Hatch on Monday renewed the push for Employee Rights Act.
The Labor Department is concerned a growing number of companies are misclassifying low-wage workers.
The union president called Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) a “champion” of the postal workers.
The powerful business lobby is looking to pressure lawmakers into blocking some of these...
Republicans are using the power of the purse to do battle against a series of regulations.