Today in labor history, Nov. 27, 1937, the pro-labor musical revue, "Pins & Needles," opens on Broadway with a cast of International Ladies Garment Workers Union members.
Three GOP senators want to "Walmartize" federal workers by eliminating regular pensions for all new hires.
The U.S. Labor Department has released a fascinating list of "books that shaped work in America."
The typhoon destroyed several hospitals, along with homes, schools, power lines, bridges and virtually everything else.
Voters in Cincinnati, Ohio, by huge margin, turned down a tea party initiative that would've wiped out public worker's pensions in that city.
The "strike for better schools" was intended to reform the way the schools were administered and operated, and also how workers there were treated.
An early action against the megamonster, known for its always-low wages, always-bad benefits and rampant labor law-breaking, came Nov. 18.
On this day in 1695, Zumbi dos Palmares, leader of a Brazilian state of freed slaves was beheaded by the Portuguese.
McDonald's won't stop dolling out bizarre "advice" for their employees, including a set of "tips" ranging from stress management techniques to how to get a quick buck.
"How about paying workers more than $7.25 an hour?'" asked Terrie Napolitano, a Lodi, New Jersey resident who shops at several Walmarts in her area.