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.
Congress and the White House have an opportunity to help workers by fixing NAFTA and cutting the Cadillac Tax that penalizes people for having good insurance. There's no excuse not to do it.
Taxing workers for having good health care benefits just doesn't make sense.
Despite the efforts of XPO CEO Bradley Jacobs to isolate the Teamsters in the fight for justice, company workers across the globe are standing together.
If elected officials of all political stripes are truly interested in getting more Americans back to work, they'll support a rewrite of NAFTA.
Elected representatives said they learned a lesson from last year's election when it came to helping workers, This new legislation proves they haven't.
The defeat of the Trans-Pacific Partnership shouldn't be the end of U.S. efforts to revamp the import and export of goods.
Today, thousands of University of California (UC) administrative, clerical and support workers are on strike across the Golden State, taking a stand against a UC system that has turned its back on them by not paying them a wage that allows them to support themselves and their families.