SACRAMENTO, Calif.—The California Legislature has approved a landmark measure that would prohibit hiring workers as “independent contractors” unless their employers can prove they are legitimately
New York, NY – Advocates for the establishment of a nationwide $15 an-hour minimum wage are confident House Democrats will pass the Raise the Wage
New York, NY – This week, the mighty McDonald’s empire officially cried “uncle,” announcing its vast, french fry-fueled resources will no longer be used to
MADISON, Wisc.—Three Wisconsin labor unions filed a lawsuit Feb. 4 asking state courts to block the bevy of laws the Republican-controlled legislature rushed through in
New York, NY – The Jewish Labor Committee recently held its 47th Human Rights Awards Dinner at the Sheraton Hotel in midtown Manhattan.
WASHINGTON—Arkansas and Missouri voted to raise the minimum wage, and Scott Walker and Bruce Rauner, two of the nation’s most anti-union governors, were defeated for
NEW YORK, N.Y.—How can the labor movement organize to expand in the face of jobs restructured and government policies designed to hamstring workers’ leverage?