(LONDON) -- British rail and postal workers on Thursday canceled scheduled strikes after Queen Elizabeth II died earlier that day. The moves pause worker protests that in recent months have involved hundreds of thousands of workers and at times disrupted train and mail services across... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Immediately after the Supreme Court released a ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade, in June, a slew of major U.S. companies, like Meta and JPMorgan Chase, announced that they would cover travel costs for employees who seek legal abortions outside their home... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Less than a month after Victoria Waldo recovered from COVID, she woke up feeling drunk. Dizzy and slurring her speech, she went to the emergency room only to be sent home after routine blood work turned up negative. The newly engaged 26-year-old, who worked... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- After officials in Nye County, Nevada, accepted a pitch from a Republican nominee for secretary of state to stop using voting machines for the general election and move to hand counting instead, long-time county clerk Sam Merlino decided to walk away... Read More.
(ST. LOUIS) -- Nearly 2,500 Boeing workers at three St. Louis-area facilities on Wednesday accepted a contract offer from the plane manufacturer after calling off a strike planned for earlier this week. In recent weeks, a dispute over the three-year contract centered on retirement compensation.... Read More.
(ST. LOUIS) -- Nearly 2,500 Boeing workers at three St. Louis-area facilities will vote Wednesday on a contract offer from the plane manufacturer after calling off a strike planned for earlier this week. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, or IAMAW, is recommending... Read More.
(ST. LOUIS) -- Nearly 2,500 Boeing workers are set to go on strike next month after voting down a union contract on Sunday. Workers at three St. Louis-area plants will begin the strike on Aug. 1 after rejecting an offer that insufficiently compensated workers through... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The economic recovery from a pandemic-induced downturn has prompted a surge in worker pay, especially in some low-wage sectors like leisure and hospitality, leading to pronouncements of a shift in leverage between workers and management. Despite a pandemic-era boom for low-wage workers,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Anyone who has lived in New York or visited the city is likely familiar with the smells -- and especially, the tastes -- of its beloved halal carts. And yet, for one entire month of the year, the workers running these carts can't... Read More.