Amazon CEO Andy Jassy met with several lawmakers on Capitol Hill this week, according to a new report.
The Teamsters Union has launched campaigns to organize employees in at least nine Canadian facilities of U.S. e-commerce company Amazon.com, according to Reuters interviews with union officials.
In a surprising twist, some remote workers still at home full time are taking on another challenge: a second job.
Larry Kudlow slammed teachers unions during his Wednesday monologue, calling out their progressive agenda.
With the death of its longtime leader, Richard Trumka, the AFL-CIO is about to enter a new era. The decades-old organization voted on Friday to elect its first female president, Liz Shuler.
President Biden will sign an executive order on Thursday directing half of all U.S. car sales to be "zero emission vehicles" by 2030.
The United Auto Workers union says it got $1.1 million for a lakefront house in northern Michigan that was being built for former president Dennis Williams, who was sentenced to prison in a federal corruption probe.
Organized labor in the United States spent more than $1.8 billion on political and lobbying efforts during the 2020 election cycle, according to a new report.
It looks like the fourth time was the charm as striking blue-collar workers at a Volvo heavy truck plant in southwestern Virginia have narrowly ratified the company's final offer.
As travel continues to skyrocket across the country, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) anticipates a labor shortage at airports nationwide and seeks volunteers to work checkpoints.
Hotels across the country are unable to find enough workers to appropriately staff their properties. Some have had to turn business away.
Uber, Lyft and other gig-economy companies face a new challenge from the Biden administration to their use of contract workers, but as they gear up for a fight in Washington they could turn to a lobbying playbook that helped them score a decisive win against California regulators last year.
Amazon Inc. said it will give more than 500,000 workers a pay raise, incentivizing more people to join the e-commerce giant, which is looking to fill "tens of thousands" of new positions nationwide.
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union has filed an objection against Amazon's conduct during the union election, charging that the tech giant interfered.
About 1,798 warehouse workers voted against becoming a union even after momentum had been building across the country ever since workers in Bessemer approached the RWDSU last summer.
United Airlines catering workers protested the airline's plans to lay off workers despite receiving $7.7 billion in total federal bailout funds since last year.
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson is leading a 14-state coalition of attorneys general in opposition to a bill that would compel workers to join unions.
Amazon has challenged hundreds of ballots amid the company's closely watched union election in Alabama, according to reports.
After contract negotiations between United Auto Workers and GM broke down, employees have vowed to go on strike; Jacqui Heinrich reports.
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