"There's probably worse to come, as further blows to working people are authorized by the Trump/Roberts [Supreme Court]," the renowned thinker said recently.
Under Jeremy Corbyn, the British opposition party plans to raise taxes only on the wealthy and corporations to finance a progressive plan that includes eliminating university tuition.
"They think we are slaves,” says one Brazilian domestic worker who recounts the terrible treatment she faced while participating in the government's program.
A slew of Republican legislation is flowing out of the Capitol in Des Moines during this radical right-wing moment in U.S. history.
If corporations can "stop workers in Mississippi from forming a union, they can keep wages down in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania," Sanders tweets.
A rule that could secure overtime pay for 4 million workers is in limbo, and the president-elect will help decide whether it survives.
Andrew Puzder’s co-author said, “He’ll put in place everything we laid out in the book.”
A new report shows that cuts to state workers’ comp systems have left employees with inadequate benefits. The document also lays the groundwork for renewed federal oversight.
The socialist's achievements in office, including a minimum-wage hike to $15, and re-election this month are exposing as a sham the idea that the welfare of workers, especially the unskilled, is incompatible with a prosperous economy.
The highest court in the European Union has ruled that the time workers without a fixed office spend traveling to and from their tasks should be regarded as time spent working and is thus billable.