The rules would make millions of additional workers eligible for overtime pay.
Democrats harshly criticized the overall spending bill and the NLRB provisions.
As McNerney steps down from Boeing, some wonder what will change under Muilenburg.
Go behind the scenes as employees for Airbus’ first U.S. manufacturing facility.
The tentative contract would put more than 1,000 workers back on the job.
Gideon Rose discusses work and life in the age of automation.
Stalled negotiations raised the prospects of a work stoppage beginning next month.
The deal affects about 16,500 workers at GE at plants across the country.
Anita Hanks says Shell maintained dangerous work conditions on the Arctic Challenger.
Dennis Williams blamed circumstances following GM and FCA bankruptcies in 2009 for the disparity.
Hershey maintains that a slowdown in China's economy is a contributing factor.
Caterpillar Inc. has announced a second round of layoffs this year.
The data is "very encouraging labor market news," said Jennifer Lee, an economist at BMO Capital Markets.
They say the wage laws inflate costs and make it harder for nonunion contractors to compete.
General Motors plans to cut 100 jobs at its Orion Assembly plant in suburban Detroit.
Unions and Democrats agree on most big issues, but trade bitterly divides many of them.
The NRF report projected that June would see cargo volumes rise by 2.6 percent.
The Court has agreed to weigh limits on workers' ability to dispute workplace issues.
The bill would allow governors to petition courts to prohibit work slowdowns or stoppages.
An Arizona copper producer could be closer to a work stoppage.
The effort follows a labor dispute at West Coast ports.
The Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate ticked up to 5.5 percent.
Other benefits could include workforce productivity gains and improved educational choices.
Right-to-work laws prohibit membership in a union as a condition of employment.
Applications have been below 300,000, a historically low level, for 13 weeks.
Productivity is the key determinant for rising living standards.
A survey of manufacturing firms showed that factory activity grew at a faster pace in May
The job cuts would affect about 9.2 percent of its workforce of about 15,200 people.
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