ALBANY, N.Y.—The state Senate Labor Committee voted 10-1 to send a landmark COVID-safety bill to the floor Jan. 19—not a moment too soon, says the
WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden didn’t waste any time his first full day on the job establishing better safety standards for workers across the nation. One
WASHINGTON—One of President Joseph Biden’s first actions upon taking office Jan. 20, was to fire National Labor Relations Board general counsel Peter Robb, a longtime
New York, NY – President-elect Joe Biden has chosen Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be his Labor Secretary. Walsh has a long history in labor.
WASHINGTON—As the final days of Donald Trump’s presidency wind down, his Department of Labor is still making rules to undermine labor rights, particularly for federal
WASHINGTON—Passing the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act is labor’s top political priority for 2021, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said Jan. 12 at a
NEW YORK, N.Y.—After more than two years of struggle and two delayed elections, workers at one of the city’s most important nonprofit social-service organizations voted
New York, NY – One of the roadblocks to professionalism is the natural and sometimes unavoidable emotion of anger. Aside from life and personal struggles,