fair wages

Four years ago, a small group of courageous New York City fast-food workers walked off the job and sparked what grew into the international fight for $15 -- a fight that was won earlier this year in our state. Today, we are proud to stand with fast-food workers to create change
We are just days away from the Republican National Convention. Next week, the corporate elite will descend on Cleveland, Ohio, to presumably nominate a candidate whose life's work is stealing from others to build wealth for himself.
Beyonce's label, Ivy Park, launched in collaboration with British fast fashion company Topshop, is quickly falling short of her stated goal to "celebrate every woman and the body she's in while always striving to be better".
The British Investment Association, with encouragement from the British Government, is now advocating against corporate "short
With the passage of the $15 minimum wage, we have proudly rebuked the right-wing ethos that only values extreme wealth, and we are leading our entire nation toward a more just future where hard work is rewarded with fair pay.
At this time of year, many of us will be taking time off to enjoy the holidays with loved ones. But for minimum wages workers, the holiday season often means longer days at their jobs. Even with the extra hours, employees still struggle to afford a happy holiday for their family.
It is easy to predict that the visit of Pope Francis to the United States of America this week will go down in history. But will it be able to change the future?
We know that government action can bring down the rate of maternal deaths because we see it happening everywhere around the world. Everywhere, that is, but here. We have a lot of catching up to do.
From overtime to sick leave and what happens when nannies become more than just 'the help,' HuffPost Live delves into the reality of being a nanny in America.
You've probably forgotten about me by now, but I am certain you remember my work. I'm the "Tootsie Roll girl." That kid who sang the jingle in the 70s. The one that goes: "Whatever it is I think I see, becomes a Tootsie Roll to me." Yeah, that one.