How can Biden's "fair share" be distributed between a corporate executive making $13,894 an hour and a temp making $20 an hour?
The contracts of another 18,000 auto workers are set to expire at 11:59 p.m. Monday.
Three facilities across three different states went on strike at midnight in the first wave of the union's work stoppage.
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.
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.
Teamsters members are set to walk out of their posts in August, promising delivery disruptions and potential knock-on effects for the wider economy.
Collective action over working conditions and claims of removed LGBTQ+ decorations this week has thrown the coffee chain into the culture war spotlight.
Howard Schultz, who resigned from his CEO position at Starbucks last week, has testified in front of the Senate's HELP Committee.
Senator Bernie Sanders organized the hearing to investigate allegations that Starbucks participated in illegal union-busting.
"Your company's president is without honor," wrote one Reddit user, while another posted, "we donate time for everyone who needs it into one big bank."
A picket line cannot be digital, and the slogan reveals the fundamentally upper class nature of the Times walkout—less a labor action and more a LARP of one.
Workers across the country are taking part in a day of action while calling on Congress to pass the Good Jobs for Good Airports Act.
"It doesn't seem Democrats were truly standing up with all of their force against these billion dollar rail companies," Jake Tapper said on Sunday.
"It was just the worst day of my life, honestly," said Mandie Cantrell, a barista at the Starbucks in Portland, Maine.
The earliest a major railroad strike could begin would be a week and a half after the midterm elections in November.
"I do not want to work somewhere where I can expect to be treated this way," said Noah Grice.
Members of the new king's staff were reportedly informed of potential redundancies just four days after Queen Elizabeth II's death.
About 116,000 railroad workers could strike if a deal is not reached by Friday. Railroad carriers are threatening to close supply lines to force a deal.
"Kellogg's is already split into over 30 brands. This is just a marketing ploy to make boycotts more difficult," one Twitter user said.
The former president shared a post on Truth Social calling for a new civil war in response to U.S. inflation.
"On a good morning, we'll have maybe one or two leftover drinks people couldn't wait for," the worker said.
The woman accused the protesters of yelling at customers and staff for hours during their demonstration outside the Denver store.
On Monday, a judge ordered Amazon to reinstate a former warehouse employee and pay him two years' worth of lost wages.
Six additional locations in New York voted in favor of unionizing Thursday and Friday, bringing the total to 16 across the U.S.
Christian Smalls mocked Amazon over the giant's efforts to make him the face of the union, tweeting "welp there you go!" after Friday's historic vote.
The vote count was still underway Friday, but enough workers had voted in favor of unionizing to secure the victory.
In the past year, more than 6 in 10 unruly passenger incidents were related to COVID-19 face-mask compliance.