Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) filed legislation Wednesday that would significantly strengthen the power of organized labor.
A federal appeals court upheld sanctions against a union that attempted to skirt Michigan’s right-to-work law.
A debate over whether Washington, D.C., restaurant workers should trade their tips for $15 an hour went off the rails after a labor activist race baited a black bartender who opposed the minimum wage hike.
New York governor Andrew Cuomo is attempting to prop up public-sector unions in anticipation of a Supreme Court ruling that could end coercive payments.
A national labor watchdog says the federal government’s top labor arbiter should launch an inquiry into allegations that an Obama appointee leaked the decision to vacate a ruling to labor lawyers ahead of its official release.
Another senior union official has been charged in connection to a bribery scandal at Fiat Chrysler.
One of California’s most beloved fast-food joints has enlisted the services of a burger-flipping robot as the state moves toward a $15 minimum wage.
The Supreme Court may do away with judicial approval over mandatory union payments in a landmark case, but labor watchdogs say such a ruling will not stop unions from attempting to preserve collections from unwilling members.
The National Labor Relations Board vacated a decision overturning one of the Obama administration’s most controversial rulings following an ethics complaint against a Trump appointee.
Public sector workers seeking to break ties with organized labor appeared before the Supreme Court on Monday seeking to overturn a 40-year-old rule mandating union fees.