Income inequality, already a significant issue for the nation’s workers before the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, has exploded in recent weeks due to tens of millions of U.S. workers who have lost their jobs. And even once more people return to work, the wage gap is unlikely to improve significantly.
53 million American workers are barely making ends meet. It's time for elected officials to do something about it.
It's time for elected officials and big business to realize rank-and-file workers need to share the profits of economic gains.
Millennials and Generation Z workers are doing worse than previous generations when it comes to making a living. Labor allies have a solution.
At Building Trades Conference, Teamsters join their union colleagues to hear from presidential contenders on their vision for workers.
Sometimes statistics don’t tell the whole story. That’s certainly the case with today’s economy.
So-called experts point to increased jobs and decreased unemployment as if it means that hardworking Americans should be instantly OK. But they shouldn’t be fooled by those numbers, and neither should the working public.
Local 120 is meeting members where they work to stress the importance of voting for pro-worker candidates.
Unchecked corporate power, consolidation must be contained if working Americans are going to make it in 21st century workforce.