"We need to start rioting like the French when they are crossed," the employee reckoned about the different ways American and French employees were treated.
The USCIS offered 35,000 additional temporary work visas on May 18. By May 25, all visas not restricted by country had been taken.
An employee at the upstate New York location said that the coffee giant "won't get away with retaliating against us like this."
"If he really thinks that any hormonal changes just evaporate when the baby pops out he's sorely mistaken," one user said.
"When you make a protected complaint for harassment or discrimination, some HR reps will want to kill the paper trail before it starts," Ryan Stygar said.
"It's those damn avocado toasts and Netflix making lumber lazy and not willing to work!" one commenter quipped sarcastically.
"Idea: recruit engineers from Ukraine. They are extremely talented, hard working and grateful, and you will be doing good," Bill Ackman tweeted.
The House of Representatives approved a resolution that allows staff in the lower chamber to join a union and engage in collective bargaining.
Sun Country Airlines will not be running flights to Honolulu or Fairbanks, Alaska, for the remainder of the year.
The woman explained why she did not want to trade her day off with her coworker.
"Every woman should have this level of support and love!" a TikToker commented on the viral clip. "Amazing."
"Needless to say, you can't legally tell us not to discuss wages in the good ol' U.S. of A."
Six additional locations in New York voted in favor of unionizing Thursday and Friday, bringing the total to 16 across the U.S.
The American Trucking Associations estimated in February that the U.S. has a shortage of about 80,000 truck drivers.
Starbucks Workers United said that Dalton's firing constituted "blatant retaliation" for her union organizing efforts.
The executive said in an email earlier this month that inflation would mean people would be willing to work at the restaurant for less money and longer hours.
Candidates with certain military or social service experience will no longer need to complete 60 hours of college credit.
Jobs With Justice's Adam Shah told Newsweek that ride-sharing apps will need to realize that their drivers might leave if gas costs aren't reimbursed.
The California labor office alleges that 53 employees laid off during the pandemic were not properly offered their positions back.
The delay of Opening Day would be the first labor-related cancellation of games since the opening of the 1995 season, which was shortened to 144 games.
A new survey showed that 61 percent of over 3,000 respondents said they were living paycheck to paycheck as of December 2021.
An alleged Amazon warehouse worker has claimed that employees can sit down and nap on the job, but many commenters were skeptical.
Leading Democrats just admitted that immigration depresses American workers' wages—and they're arguing that it's a good thing.
The union for the workers said the employees were fired after speaking to the media, but the company said it was over security and broken safety policies.
The reported increases apply to corporate and technology workers, with no announced increases for warehouse workers or delivery drivers.
None of us should want to live in a world where hundreds of thousands of truckers are suddenly thrown out of work.
Immigration judges can only speak about the nation's 1.6 million immigration case backlog when representing their union. This right could soon be revoked.
If either party is serious about becoming working class centric, they must make it clear that Intel's announcement should become the new normal for companies looking to gain access to the American marketplace.
"You guys really ought to read the contracts you have us sign. Pretty wild stuff in there," the contractor said.
Employees at the Elkview, West Virginia, restaurant voted 7-5 against unionizing, and employees say the company tried to dissuade them from unionizing.