workers rights

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration gently enforces its voluntary COVID-19 guidelines.
There's a risk, but some states have laws protecting employees from being fired for legal off-duty activities.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and fellow lawmakers say the agency has "largely abdicated its investigation and enforcement responsibilities" during the crisis.
Unionized workers are far more likely to speak out about dangerous working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic. There's no mystery as to why.
The proposal contrasts sharply with the stance of Republicans, who want to shield employers from coronavirus-related lawsuits.
Tim Bray, an engineer overseeing operations at Amazon Cloud, called the firings "chickens**t" in his public resignation.
The number of infections and deaths tied to meat processing plants continues to grow each day.
The "Last Week Tonight" host rips the president for emergency bailouts that are exceedingly difficult to access.
Leilani Jordan, a 27-year-old with cerebral palsy, died after being infected by the coronavirus. She'd worked at a Giant Food in Maryland for six years.
Retailers see e-commerce as a way to survive the coronavirus pandemic. Their warehouse workers wonder if they'll survive it, too.