The former president spoke at a non-unionized auto parts supplier in Michigan as he worked to win over blue-collar voters.
The California Legislature—where Republican staffers make less than Democratic staffers—is the only branch of state government that doesn't allow unionization.
Union President Shawn Fain told CNN that he sees "no point in meeting" with Trump, pointing at the former president's "track record" on labor issues.
Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk upheld a rule that allows employee retirement plans to consider environmental, social and governance factors in investment decisions.
"The mother-in-law had no right to interfere, especially during the highly vulnerable moments of labor and delivery," a clinical psychologist told Newsweek.
Shawn Fain, the United Auto Workers chief, described Trump as a beneficiary of an economic system enriching the wealthy at workers' expense.
Three facilities across three different states went on strike at midnight in the first wave of the union's work stoppage.
Change is never easy, and the status quo will always have powerful support. But workers are already experiencing drastic transitions, and everyone—unions included—should be empowered to keep up.
Many of those affected earn "low salaries that don't come anywhere close to compensating them for their sacrifices."
"I have not seen the pattern that pineapple or red raspberry leaf tea does anything to decrease the time of labor," an obstetrical nurse told Newsweek.
States that are failing to provide opportunities for workers are suffering the most from ongoing labor shortages, an expert told Newsweek.
There are 340,000 Teamsters at UPS whose lives are about to change dramatically for the better. I'm one of them.
One amused viewer of the viral video wrote: "all the aunties waiting patiently for the new arrival."
The senator's new bill seeks to make striking workers eligible for the nation's largest federal nutrition assistance program while they're on strike.
Global waring affects the lives and livelihoods of essential workers and their families, including the Service Employee International Union's 2 million members working across the service and care economy,
Your UPS driver—plus hundreds of thousands of other UPS workers represented by the Teamsters—needs your support, understanding, and compassion. Because they're in a fight for their lives.
As travel approaches pre-pandemic levels, it isn't working for anyone—not for travelers, and least of all for airport service workers.
Americans are working more and earning less than they did three months ago.
The law signed by Ron DeSantis expands requirements for the use of E-Verify, a system that determines if employees can legally work in the U.S.
The law expands requirements for businesses with more than 25 staffers to use E-Verify, a federal system that determines if employees can legally work in the U.S.
Millions of jobs require something 62 percent of Americans don't have: a college degree.
American taxpayers need to trust that the workforce tasked with constructing our critical infrastructure, buildings, and bridges, is highly trained.
Companies are stockpiling workers in the hopes they'll find "clients" to lease the H-1B holders to in the future.
We had to desensitize ourselves because we had to feed our kids and pay rent. What other choice did we have?