At least two House Republicans are interested in leading the House education committee next year.
Shouldn’t civil society be, well, civil? And shouldn’t businesses have the ability to safeguard that ethos in the workplace?
The U.S. economy added more than 350,000 jobs in January.
A National Labor Relations Board judge on Tuesday is set to hear arguments in a case that will serve as a big test of General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo’s ambitious push to curtail the use of non...
Ask AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler what she wants from the federal government on artificial intelligence, and her first answer isn’t a surprise: Strengthen collective bargaining rights.
A handful of powerful national unions have yet to publicly back President Joe Biden’s reelection, despite Biden largely delivering on being the most pro-labor president in decades.
Employers in a handful of states this year must adjust to expanded laws for paid or unpaid leave effective Jan. 1, which is “consistent with the emerging trend.”
Lawmakers this month will once again face appropriations negotiations, including for labor agencies’ funding.