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The restaurant owner-in-chief wants to give employers more control over workers' gratuities. What could possibly go wrong?
The extra help unemployed people got during the Great Recession has emboldened states to mistreat them.
The Labor Department's controversial proposal is facing mounting criticism.
It could mean cheaper, skimpier coverage for healthy people -- and higher costs for others.
$41,600 in fines, no criminal charges. A plumber’s death in a trench cave-in shows how the country values the lives of workers.
Cooks, maids and waiters at the president's golf resort won't be "made in America."
Trump might make more workers eligible for overtime pay, just not as many as Obama envisioned.
We stand at levels of income and wealth disparity not seen since the 1920s.
Did you know that the United States is the only developed country that has not mandated paid parental leave? In a country
The Trump administration is taking the reins off low-wage employers. It's a stark reversal from the Obama years.
At 25, one of my first dreams came true on finding a full-time job. 21 years before that happened I was diagnosed with autism
It’s not unusual for firefighters and police officers to start their careers as apprentices. Some state agencies are also