We don’t have to organize our economy around enterprises that pay CEOs over 1,000 times what workers make.
The PRO Act would help the U.S. serve as a global model for labor rights, reducing conflict, and promoting peace.
For workers like my mom, the financial strain caused by a lack of paid leave can be just as stressful as catching COVID-19.
The Hollywood actor is mobilizing support for warehouse workers who are making their mark on the long history of southern organizing.
In Arizona, two universities are spearheading an effort to unionize the entire state’s higher education workforce.
Donald Trump may have made his exit, but the CEOs his years smiled upon haven’t gone anywhere.
Congress let mandatory paid leave requirements expire at the end of 2020, sparking calls for universal leave benefits to protect workers and their customers from the pandemic.
In a holiday shopping season with rampant rates of COVID-19 infection, we must protect frontline workers before it’s too late.
Billionaires are sequestered in protective bubbles and private jets while essential workers are without adequate personal protective equipment.
Republicans want to give corporate CEOs a five-year “get out of jail free card” for jeopardizing the health and safety of their workers.
The fact that so many Americans are facing dire circumstances now is a direct result of the exploitation economy and we should take this opportunity to change it.
Legislators proposing major stimulus packages must ensure bailout dollars are funneled to workers, not executives or shareholders.
If we can learn one thing from the pandemic, it’s that the United States must provide high-quality health care for all — including undocumented immigrants.
The government should provide direct wage subsidies to airline workers while restricting CEO pay to no more than 50 times median wages.
Workers are being forced to work long hours at demanding jobs while profoundly ill. They deserve federally mandated, paid sick leave.