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A disputed workers’ compensation claim could end with Uber being declared the legal employer of its on-demand workforce.
Seattle became the first big city to roll out a $15 hourly minimum, while Arizona’s 24% minimum-wage hike was the largest of any state.
As the internet eats the retail industry, Macy’s is slashing costs with a plan it says will save $550 million a year.
The union that has bankrolled the Fight for $15 movement is slashing spending in preparation for a multi-pronged attack that could choke off its funding.
A minimum wage hike passed easily in November, but the governor won’t enforce the change until legislators have had a chance to overturn it.
Six big retailers have agreed to halt the controversial practice in stores nationwide after a multi-state investigation by authorities.
The Fight for $15 movement to raise the minimum wage has expanded beyond fast-food to include other industries, and airport workers just clocked their first major victory.
Andy Puzder, CEO of burger chains Hardee’s and Carl Jr.’s, is an outspoken opponent of raising the minimum wage.
Hardee’s/Carl’s Jr. CEO Andy Puzder is a vocal opponent of minimum wage hikes and a huge fan of women in bikinis eating burgers.
A first-of-its-kind law would require McDonald’s and other chains to let workers send membership dues directly from their paychecks.
CEO Jonah Peretti responded: “We’d like an opportunity to talk directly with you before you make any irreversible decisions.”
Minimum wage protesters planned to pressure Hillary Clinton to live up to her promises. Now they want the Trump administration to know they won’t back down.
The Uber-financed Independent Drivers Guild is not allowed to organize strikes — but it’s happily backing one organized by someone else.
Many left-leaning groups are opposing Trump’s infrastructure plans and the Dakota Access Pipeline, while others say the projects will provide well-paying union jobs.
Donald Trump’s victory surprised pollsters, political pros and the media. But in late 2015, union leaders saw his support boom among their workers.
Union leaders have welcomed the president-elect’s pro-worker messages, but are deeply worried about many of his other policies.
In an interview with 60 Minutes, the president-elect also said he would move forward with plans to build a border wall between the US and Mexico.