Jobs Report Shows Strongest Growth In A Decade

Business | Tim Pearce
U.S. President Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up to reporters as he departs for travel to Utah from the White House in Washington, U.S. December 4, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

‘It’s a really, really strong economy’

The Private Sector Grew By Nearly 200,000 Jobs In November

Business | Tim Pearce
A now hiring sign is seen outside Lexus of Serramonte in Colma, California

‘The job market is red hot’

Vox Is Unionizing Just Weeks After A Move Like This Closed Down Two Newsrooms

Business | Tim Pearce
FILE PHOTO: Audience members line up as striking Writers Guild of America members picket in front of NBC studios in Burbank, California, U.S. on January 2, 2008. REUTERS/Phil McCarten/File Photo

‘Making it harder for the business to be financially successful’

Worker Group May Lose Its Tax-Exempt Status For Not Serving A 'Charitable Purpose'

Business | Tim Pearce
Local fast food workers take part in nationwide protests to denounce President-elect Donald Trump's nomination of Andy Puzder, a restaurant mogul who owns Carl's Jr. and other chains, as U.S. Secretary of Labor outside a Carl's Jr. restaurant in Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake

‘Primarily engaged in strikes, work stoppages, and hunger strikes’

A California School District Is Begging The State To Stop Teachers From Striking

Education | Tim Pearce
A teacher grabs a sign before walking the picket line as teachers strike outside Roosevelt High School in Seattle, Washington September 9, 2015. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

‘We all love our teachers, but we have to be real’

Top Dem Unintentionally Blames Unions For Low Wages

Business | Tim Pearce
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer speaks during a press conference for the Democrats' new economic agenda on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘She got minimum wage and could hardly support herself’

Unions And 'Labor' Are Not The Same

Opinion | Lloyd Billingsley
AFL-CIO Splinters As Dissident Groups Announce Defection

In today’s economy, are a special interest.

Watering Down Government Efficiency

Opinion | Rep. Paul Gosar

The way government contractors are paid just isn’t rational. But there’s an easy way to fix it.

Construction Company Cites Lack Of Evidence

Business | Ted Goodman
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Town under investigation for theocracy and under-paying under-age workers

Facebook Post Sparks Landmark Labor Lawsuit

Business | Ryan Pickrell
Natural eggs from chickens are seen for sale at a local Farmers Market in Annandale, Virginia, August 8, 2013. (Photo: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Migrant workers had no idea they were being exploited

The Conservative Case Against The Bill Of Rights

Opinion | Paul Moreno
Labor union members (REUTERS/James Fassinger)

Private-sector workers are being forced to contribute to unions just as much as public-sector ones.

Americans Need Not Apply At One Texas Farm Company

Business | Evan Gahr

‘U.S. workers are not to be discriminated against in favor of foreign workers’

EXPLOITATION! Socialist Seattle City Council Member EVADES Payroll Taxes

US | Eric Owens
YouTube screenshot/Calvin Priest, Getty Images/Universal Image Group

Funding workers’ safety net is for the little people

Janitors claim discrimination due to lack of Spanish translations

Politics | Caroline May

Employer counters that Spanish speakers are not the only non-English speakers

Crying Mayday on Loyalty Day - TheDCNF

US | Betsi Fores
dying regime/Flickr

The ancient pagan tradition becomes a day for labor movements and patriotism

Labor unions adjust to new reality under Obama - AP

US | admin

Public employee unions are in a drawn-out fight for their very survival in Wisconsin, Ohio and other states where GOP lawmakers have curbed collective bargaining rights