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Kamala Harris To Introduce Domestic Workers Bill Of Rights
The legislation would ensure basic workplace standards for nannies and house cleaners, including overtime pay and protection from sexual harassment.
'Glitch' In GOP Tax Law Comes Back To Bite Trump Megadonors
Some Las Vegas casino magnates are asking Congress to fix an apparent flub in the tax law. Lawmakers are telling them to bargain with their workers first.
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It's Shockingly Easy For Your Boss To Steal From You And Get Away With It
The bureaucratic nightmare of holding employers accountable for wage theft is a glimpse into America's two-tiered justice system.
Sherrod Brown Wants To Reclaim 'The Dignity Of Work' From Republicans
Both parties use the phrase, and for opposite purposes.
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Chipotle's Mandatory Arbitration Agreements Are Backfiring Spectacularly
The company is facing a flood of arbitration cases over alleged wage theft. A judge called the company's efforts to block them "unseemly."
Labor Organizers Look To Apps To Reach Wider Audiences
The tool that helped power OUR Walmart is now expanding to other companies and labor groups.
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7 Fast-Food Chains Will Now Allow Workers To Move Between Franchises
Jimmy John's, Arby's, Cinnabon, Auntie Anne's, McDonald's, Buffalo Wild Wings and Carl's Jr. have agreed to drop their controversial "no poach" provisions.
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Lowe's Is Making Managers Sign Arbitration Agreements If They Want Their Bonuses
We're going to see a whole lot more of these "voluntary" agreements after last week's Supreme Court ruling.
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The Supreme Court's Arbitration Ruling Is Already Screwing Thousands Of Chipotle Workers
The burrito chain has asked a court to exclude 2,814 workers from a massive wage theft lawsuit because they signed mandatory arbitration agreements.
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A Disaster Approaches For The Women Who Make Our Clothes
Automation may put millions of garment workers in the developing world out of a job.
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Want To Carry On Martin Luther King Jr.'s Work? Join A Union.
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I work for an airline that reported $2.1 billion in profits in 2017, and I can’t save money.
Farmworkers Call Out Wendy’s For Failure To Act On Sexual Abuse And Harassment
By Kari Lydersen, On assignment for HuffPost
The fast food chain maintains that its own "rigorous" internal auditing system protects workers from abuse.
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USDA Spares Poultry Workers Faster Line Speeds, But Hog Workers May Not Get So Lucky
Activists celebrated the decision, but remain concerned about the welfare of workers in hog plants.
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Insurance Giant Aflac Reportedly Sued For Worker Exploitation
The company calls the allegations "baseless."
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Trump Delivers A Favor For The Fast-Food Industry
The president's appointees on the labor board just made it harder for workers to fight big chains like McDonald's.
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Service Workers To Rally Against Trump Immigration Policies
The hospitality union Unite Here plans demonstrations in 40 cities: "We need protections for the workers who drive this industry."
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Anti-Trump Anger Energizes Rhode Island To Pass Paid Sick Leave
States are helping workers, even as the Trump administration tries to roll back protections.
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Not Having Paid Sick Leave Can Have Dire Mental Health Consequences
“There’s real stigma attached to taking sick time to care for yourself."
After Being 'Harassed' On The Job, This Woman Went To The Supreme Court And Won
After facing sexual discrimination in the workplace, Memphis resident Sheila White sued her employers in a landmark case that went all the way to the Supreme Court.
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Labor Lawyers Blast Trump Administration For Putting Ronald Reagan In Labor Hall Of Honor
"To place him next to the brave men and women the department has honored in the past is the height of hypocrisy and an affront to this country’s working people."
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AFL-CIO Leader Says Hope For Working With Trump Has Faded
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka says the Wall Street wing in the White House has taken control.
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