Politicians court union endorsements, especially in crucial presidential election years like 2020.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka has been critical of the Trump administration lately.
AFL-CIO and other unions first asked OSHA for an emergency temporary standard in March.
California officials denied SpaceX's request for a $655,500 in worker training subsidies.
Just days after announcing it would end hazard “hero” pay to front-line workers, Kroger says it will give them extra “thank you” bonuses.
The union claims Musk runs businesses that "tamp down" on workers' collective bargaining rights.
The Walt Disney Co. has reportedly reached an agreement with unions for Walt Disney World Resort workers over coronavirus safeguards for once the park reopens.
The former chief was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond.
Sgt. Brian Miller after finding that his due process rights were violated when Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony terminated him, officials ruled.
FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino says Major League Baseball is taking a major step toward a 2020 season.
The largest union representing U.S. meatpacking workers said on Friday it opposed the reopening of plants as the Trump administration had failed to guarantee workers' safety.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said Tuesday that workers at meat processing plants need more protection.
Federal officials confirmed to GM that the automaker has been cleared from a years-long corruption probe into the UAW.
UAW President Rory Gamble said it's "too early and too risky" to start reopening Michigan auto plants.
General Motors is telling some employees that they may be called back to work "soon" to prepare to restart its production plants post-coronavirus.
Automakers aim to restart at least some U.S. assembly plants by early May
Trumka wants the U.S. to adopt an emergency temporary contagious disease standard.
Workers won't be picketing but will be posting videos on social media instead, organizers said.
The Detroit automakers all are aiming to restart at least some U.S. assembly plants in early May.
The two workers lost their jobs last week after helping to create an online meeting invitation for a discussion about warehouse conditions, the group said.