Some 40 percent of federal contracting dollars go to firms that break worker safety, health and wage laws, a new report says.
Sanders, lawmakers laud defeat of Pacific Rim agreement. But they also discuss a path forward.
Card check recognition -- which unions and their allies call “majority sign-up” -- is the key feature of a labor law reform measure Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) introduced this week.
Everyday Americans are finding it increasingly hard to cover their daily expenses. So it's not surprising that saving for retirement is falling behind. But many companies are making it even more difficult by reducing benefits and options for their workers.
Chanting "If you want the people's vote, $15 and a union," low-wage federal contract workers brought the Fight for 15 movement to the center of presidential politics today. Workers, families and supporters held a strike that saw thousands marching to the U.S.