As if our world wasn’t as messed up as we already know it to be, NYC’s Transport Workers Union is claiming that the MTA stores dead bodies cleaned up off of subway tracks in worker break rooms.
Why do foreign automakers now build their factories in the Deep South? They do it because the government is friendly, and labor is cheap. These two facts are not unrelated.
Workers laboring outdoors in southern states are wrestling with the personal and political consequences of a worsening environment.
She started as a cam girl taking money from men in exchange for her abuse – but when she turned "consultant," things really began to take off.
Have you ever rolled your eyes at a job listing that used the phrase "go the extra mile"? We hope your eyes are warmed up, because you're about to see a lot of bad job listing clichés.
With more than 1.6 million members, AFSCME is the nation’s biggest union of public employees, and one of the most politically powerful—and now, one of the most threatened. We spoke to Lee Saunders, the president of the union, about trying to survive the “battle” of the vicious new Trump era.
As the Facebook CEO travels across the US to "learn about people’s hopes and challenges", the cafeteria workers at his company struggle to make ends meet.
Sandy the dog was initially very skeptical of the big brown box that arrived on her doorstep. All she knew was that it smelled eerily like a human she liked very much.
By investing in grower co-ops, Amsterdam-based Tony’s Chocolonely is working on creating a better supply chain to power our collective sweet tooth.
The trendy-creepy glasses flopped. Then the tech giant realized that the future of wearables was in factories and warehouses.
According to a 2014 survey by mobile messaging app Cotap, 76 percent of American workers have used emoji in a professional setting. A majority of them — 64 percent — used happy face emoji.
The first daughter talks about improving the lives of working women. Her father urges companies to "buy American." But her fashion line's practices collide with those principles — and are out of step with industry trends.
It's easier than ever to live with no fixed address, but that doesn't come without a cost.
With memories of our parents' union jobs, many of us have borne the brunt of the decline in employment quality.
"If the trucks are robotic and don't stop anymore, these [small, trucking-dependent] towns cannot exist."
The showing beat economists’ expectations after months of tepid gains. The unemployment rate rose slightly, to 4.4 percent.
A female engineer who came forward with claims of harassment says she was fired in retaliation. But now other women have voiced similar concerns.
A copy of a pilot Uber insurance plan shows relatively flimsy, cheap protection against on-the-job injuries.
If you've ever stared slack-jawed at the credits of a blockbuster movie and wondered what the difference between "producers" and "executive producers" is, or what the hell a "colorist's" job is, this video will help clear things up.
Have 50,000 jobs in coal been added since Trump became president? No, and the decades-long march of labor-cutting and automation in mining shows no sign of stopping any time soon.
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