A group of bipartisan senators and representatives introduced legislation last week that would end subminimum wages for disabled people.
The labor movement added 273,000 members, but couldn’t keep pace with nonunion job growth.
Millions of people are out of work around the world due to covid-19. But when the pandemic ends, certain fields will see a rise in opportunity. HuffPost Canada’s senior business editor, Daniel Tencer tells us about some of the areas that will see a boom in hiring in the future.
The unemployment rate rose to 3.7%, from a half-century low of 3.5% in July, as more Americans came off the sidelines to look for jobs.
In a huge blow to the labor rights movement, the multi-billion dollar retail giant beat efforts by warehouse workers to unionize.
There were 11.3 million available jobs last month, matching January's figure and just below December's record of 11.4 million, the Labor Department said Tuesday.
Employers stepped up hiring despite a wave of omicron inflections that sickened millions of workers, kept many consumers at home and left businesses short-staffed.
No one "needs those days less" or more than anyone else.
America's nursing home industry was already in crisis. Then came the pandemic.
You're not alone if you hate writing cover letters and filling out job applications.