Jobs are a vehicle for economic opportunity. They should provide the pay and benefits workers in Michigan and around the country need to support themselves and their families. But increasingly that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Teamsters gather outside McKesson shareholder meeting to take aim at ridiculous compensation package.
Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa said in a Fox Business News interview today that the interests of workers must not be forgotten as the administration begins to renegotiate NAFTA.
West Coast is leading the way in movement thus far, though more jurisdictions elsewhere are following suit.
Several states and cities officially enacted minimum wage increases on July 1. But one took a step back.
Workers want to work. But sometimes their own employer shuts the door on them, jeopardizing not only their paychecks but their families’ lives in the process.
Beefing up currency manipulation, worker rights language is key to creating an agreement that helps everyone.
A new jobs program for the 21st century is needed to raise wages and improve services for all.