About 1,000 food service workers at the San Francisco International Airport started striking Monday over wages, said a press release from their union.
National Mining Association president Rich Nolan discusses the impact of a rail strike on the mining industry and U.S. economy ahead of the holiday season.
Workers at a Home Depot in Philadelphia filed a petition Monday to unionize, according to records on the National Labor Relations Board website.
FreightWaves CEO Craig Fuller argues the railroad labor agreement will empower other essential utility industries to demand wage increases and "take down" operations.
Threats of nationwide labor strikes are increasing as unions become more emboldened by the tight labor market and support from the Biden administration.
Multiple U.S. industries could get hit hard by a rail strike that could start as soon as Friday if the railroads and unions do not reach an agreement.
Amtrak plans to suspend even more routes on Thursday as a potential strike by its unions looms. All of Amtrak's long-distance routes will be suspended.
General Electric Co. and the largest union representing their workers have reached an agreement to speed up raises for workers at a Massachusetts aviation plant.
New York Post columnist calls out teachers union head Randi Weingarten for falling test scores resulting from school lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a law giving fast food workers more power to set working conditions, despite opposition groups arguing it would drive up costs.
The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection is suing Starbucks for allegedly firing a Queens barista without 'just cause' after employees at the store voted to unionize.
With the worst of COVID-19 behind us, states that embrace coercive unionism fared far worse than those that didn’t.
Tesla cannot restrict workers from wearing union clothing and must stop enforcing its overly broad uniform policy, according to the National Labor Relations Board.
Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday of September. Here are a few facts and statistics that are worth knowing about the American workforce and holiday.
Starbucks must rehire seven baristas who were fired earlier this year after speaking with the media about their unionization push, a judge ruled on Thursday.
About 2,500 members of a machinists union approved a contract with Boeing on Wednesday, averting a strike at three St. Louis-area manufacturing facilities.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspected Amazon warehouses in multiple states this week as part of a probe into workplace conditions.
Employees at a Trader Joe's in Massachusetts voted Thursday to unionize, becoming the first location among the company's nearly 530 stores.
Union workers at three Boeing manufacturing facilities in the St. Louis-area voted to go on strike Sunday as talks broke down over a new contract.
Protesting truckers on Wednesday brought a Northern California port, one of the nation's busiest, to a standstill in protest of AB5, a controversial labor law.