Drivers of the popular bus line in downtown Washington will get paid on par with Metrobus drivers, and won't have to drive unsafe vehicles.
UK-based press reports that Sri Lankan workers who make Beyoncé's new clothing line are being exploited. Now what?
This week a new report from Oxfam showed the ugliness of corporate greed in America's food processing plants.
"Too many workers remain at serious risk of injury, illness or death. There is much more work to be done."
OSHA's role needs strengthening, because "even as a union officer, I'm not that well-protected," said one worker.
The Obama administration today issued a final rule that it says would cut workers' exposure to harmful silica dust in half.
New Yorkers have long assembled to commemorate the anniversary of one of the greatest travesties in United States labor history.
This is seen as a big win for rail workers, their unions, their members and rail safety.
A large number of presenters addressed several aspects of the crisis of women's work today.
The point is to make violations of job safety more costly to errant companies, hopefully deterring the firms from breaking the law in the first place.