In California, a trailblazing move to a much more union-conscious tomorrow.
UAW activists years ago helped usher in a vastly more equal society. Can history repeat?
Analysts across the political spectrum are challenging more than oversized CEO paychecks
A Good Year’s Pay for a Good Day’s Work?
There’s an easy way to cap sky-high CEO salaries and limit outrageous pay gaps — and it would actually work.
The CEOs at America’s largest low-wage employers are grabbing huge raises while workers and consumers struggle with rising costs.
And that senator is using his gavel to boost a bill that ups taxes on firms that pay executives outrageously more than their workers.
While working families are suffering under the pandemic, corporate boards have bent the rules to protect massive CEO paychecks.
The PRO Act would establish a baseline for ensuring that working people can fight for and win transformative climate policies that benefit everyone.
A ballot measure to increase taxes on corporations with extreme gaps between CEO and median worker pay sailed through on a 65-35 margin.
This year’s historic new CEO-worker pay gap disclosures have revealed a handful of big companies with modest internal pay gaps. Should we be applauding?
Portland, Oregon has just adopted the first tax penalty on corporations that pay their CEOs more than 100 times what they pay typical workers.