Republican leaders don't want to repay federal contract employees who missed wages during the shutdown.
It would have let government contractors fire LGBTQ employees in the name of religious liberty.
Why do people keep claiming "religious freedom" as a reason to discriminate?
There's a sneaky amendment to a must-pass defense bill.
For too long, many corporations have taken a cavalier attitude to worker safety, but when these corporations are federal contractors paid by U.S. taxpayers, the public demands a special level of accountability.
This October, it is time we recognize the intersection of domestic violence and work-life issues. An effective national policy on domestic violence must understand the impact this epidemic has on the workplace, including the problems for both employees and employers, some of which result from the structure of the workplace itself.
In 2013, a U.S. Senate committee exposed the fact that too many federal contractors are violating federal wage laws and health and safety standards, yet continue to profit off of U.S. taxpayers with repeat contracts.
The issue is emerging as a fault line among Democratic presidential candidates.
In 2010, the high court's ruling in the case Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission cleared the way for unlimited