Auto parts supplier, idled for more than a month by a UAW strike, advertised in Sunday newspapers for potential replacement workers.
Union membership has fallen below 500,000 for the first time since World War II, reflecting the massive restructuring undertaken by Detroit's automakers.
Supplier and manufacturer of rotating equipment has reached a tentative agreement with a local union representing approximate 500 workers at its New York facility.
Intertrade Holdings sold its organic sulfates plant to Cincinnati-based Pilot Chemical Corp., and a plant executive said there will likely be some layoffs as a result.
Labor Department says fewer people signed up for unemployment benefits last week, although that didn't change the broader picture of a slower jobs market.
Workers for car manufacturer Dacia-Renault gathered for a fourth day to demand higher wages and benefits; a hearing on the legality of the strike is set for April 2.
Household appliance maker said Monday it’s temporarily laying off 117 employees at its St. Cloud, Minn., freezer plant.
Workers want a pay rise that would amount to a near doubling of pay for some of the lowest paid employees who currently earn $248 a month.
Residents worry that a fire and set of explosions that destroyed a meat packaging plant Sunday in Booneville could close for good, severing the small town’s economic lifeline.
Automaker's latest buyout and early retirement offers likely will net far fewer hourly workers than the company is seeking, according to numbers provided by union officials.
Number of newly laid off workers filing for unemployment benefits rose to the highest level in nearly two months, indicating the weak economy is having an adverse impact on the labor market.
Advent Solar is laying off 68 manufacturing employees, trimming nearly half its work force while it focuses on new product development.
Employee at a sugar refinery that exploded last month has filed a lawsuit in state court against a company that was hired to clean dust at the plant outside Savannah.
Alkermes Inc. will cut 150 jobs and close a manufacturing facility in Chelsea, Mass., in response to Eli Lilly's decision to cancel development of its AIR Insulin program.
From shoes to baseball mitts to egg cartons, job seekers turn to unconvential methods to get a prospective employer's attention.
Thousands of blue-collar workers must decide by the end of today whether to take one of 10 buyout or early retirement packages and leave the struggling automaker.
Discussions between the striking United Auto Workers union and parts supplier American Axle continued over the weekend as the work stoppage neared three weeks.
Swedish truck maker said Monday that workers at a plant in Virginia have agreed on a deal to end a six-week strike.
Negotiations continue between American Axle and United Auto Workers, but local union officials were sent back to their factories after concessions broke down on Monday.
More than 4,000 employees at Renault's Romanian carmaker Dacia are threatening to strike, demanding higher wages and more benefits.
Despite improvements in worker rights laws in China, Nike says significant problems remain in working conditions and meeting company standards.
Spokeswoman for American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings Inc. says negotiators for the company and striking United Auto Workers are back at the bargaining table.
RV maker handed pink slips to 8 percent of its work force because of deteriorating market conditions.
Labor Department reported Thursday that unemployment benefit applications totaled 353,000, the same level as the previous week.