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Our investigation found Amazon escapes responsibility for its role in deaths and serious injuries even though the company keeps a tight grip on how third-party delivery drivers do their jobs.
Experts fear the law's incentives will leave fewer workers with basic job protections.
Dear President-elect Trump, In less than 24 hours you will stand on the steps of the Capitol and take an oath to become the
For William Hartung, director of the Arms and Security Project at the Center for International Policy we are living in "a
Unfortunately, it's not unusual for homeowners from Boca Raton, FL to Seattle, WA to find themselves in a similar predicament. Because of the nature of home repair work, horror stories are more commonplace than you might think: If you're often running off word-of-mouth recommendations, there's no paper trail, and it's frequently one person's word against another's.
Work/Life balance for me used to mean that work and life were completely intertwined--I worked whenever I felt like it, at
Have you ever gotten bids from three contractors or auto mechanics and presumed that they are all equally qualified and capable so you selected the lowest bid? How did that work out for you?
Consider this: Is an inmate working at a prison, and paid by the prison for the job, the company's employee?
In a world where 1.2 billion youth are unemployed across the world, wealth inequality is increasing and work itself has become a scarce opportunity. Payment for work has become a luxury; you can consider yourself lucky if you are able to sell your labor not for money, but for work experience.
The gig economy is developing faster than anyone imagined. Jobs -- or, more specifically, tasks -- that no one imagined could be automated or made digital even five years ago are becoming commonplace.