The Labor Department acknowledges in an analysis that its new proposal on tipped workers might accomplish just that.
The California senator and Democratic 2020 hopeful plans to join the strike line as part of the Fight for $15 movement.
The United Auto Workers union is leading its first strike against General Motors in 12 years, in a fight over jobs and benefits.
The work stoppage would involve nearly 50,000 workers. "We'll see them on the picket lines tonight," the union said.
Currently, employees qualify for its health plan by working at least 20 hours per week.
The legislation, which seeks to categorize many independent contractors as employees with more benefits, could upend the ride-hailing company’s business.
Staff are accusing a top environmental fundraiser of "textbook union busting."
Exotic dancers deal with harassment, discriminatory labor practices and club owners who find devious ways to limit their pay. Here's a look inside the battle to unionize stripping.
The bureaucratic nightmare of holding employers accountable for wage theft is a glimpse into America's two-tiered justice system.
Someone in the airline's operations control center feared attendants might walk off the plane after working long hours. So they ordered the door closed.
Thousands of California teachers in the Bay Area city are demanding better pay and classroom conditions.
It’s a good lesson for striking teachers, activists at Google and participants in the Women’s March.
Holiday party invitations show which workers are valued by the company — and which aren’t.
The two GOP governors weakened the labor movement in ways that will be felt for years, perhaps even decades.
The airline has said the actions had caused an "irreparable breach of trust."
UPS drivers were already divided over a plan to create a two-tier pay system, but the way it was passed has made things even more contentious.
These organizing tactics aren't traditional, but they are helping unions make some headway in the food and drink industry.
With the GOP in control, a hike by Congress doesn't seem any more likely today than it did five years ago.