NPR staffers are moving toward a possible strike

Staffers are also asking for public support on social media with #WeMakeNPR.


Here’s how Congress wants to change the way we pay our workers overtime

Elizabeth Warren called the bill a "disgrace."

May Day 2017: Why immigrant labor is more important now than ever

American immigrants have more economic power than ever before.

Today isn't "Loyalty Day," no matter what Trump says. It's something much bigger.

Loyalty Day isn't about patriotism. It's about being afraid of workers' rights.

Undocumented activists announce plans for the biggest workers strike in over a decade

They plan to show the Trump administration what an economy without immigrants really looks like.


Opposition to Trump unites Silicon Valley's white- and blue-collar workers

On "nerd holiday" Pi Day, hundreds of tech workers rallied at Palo Alto City Hall for “inclusion, diversity and civil liberties.”

Can’t miss a day of work? Here’s how you can still participate in the women’s strike.

You don't have to stay home from work to show your solidarity with the cause.

Here's what you need to know about the women's strikes on International Women's Day

A Day Without a Woman and the International Women's Strike are both scheduled for Wednesday, March 8.

Can I get fired for going on strike? Your legal rights on A Day Without a Woman, explained

What you need to know before you hit the picket lines.

These women-owned companies are happy to take your business on A Day Without a Woman

Organizers are discouraging women from shopping on March 8 — with one exception.


The Women's March just released details on March 8 "A Day Without a Woman" strike

With just under a week to go, the Women's March organizers have details on the women's strike.

Bank workers will protest to form their first US union — and the whole world is watching

These workers are fighting for themselves and their customers.

General Strike Feb. 17: Latest updates on the planned #nationalstrike against Trump

Activists are calling for a national general strike against Donald Trump on Feb. 17.

General Strike Feb. 17: What will happen if activists stage a nationwide strike against Trump?

Some are calling for a massive national strike against Trump on the Friday before President's Day.

Bernie Sanders calls Trump a "pathological liar" in scorching interview

"The word 'incredible' or 'unbelievable' is no longer applicable to Mr. Trump."


Democrats and unions slam Trump's pick for labor secretary, fast food CEO Andrew Puzder

"It really is like giving the fox the keys to the henhouse."

Uber drivers in London just got a huge win: They’re now classified as employees

"Uber drivers and thousands of others caught in the bogus self-employment trap will now enjoy the same rights as employees."

(Exclusive) The 'Root,' Univision’s black news site, seeks union representation

Editorial staffers at the 'Root' vote to unionize, extending a string of organizing efforts in digital media.

British PM Theresa May is being told how to dress — in the name of combating sexism

A union delegate shamed British PM Theresa May for her taste in shoes, because sexism has many faces.

Massive Teachers' Protests in Oaxaca Continue After Police Shootings

At least eight are dead and more than 100 are wounded in protests against standardized testing and education reform.


19 Stunning Photos of the Massive Labor Protests That Swept France on Tuesday

Police estimated up to 75,000-80,000 protesters, with labor unions estimating 1.3 million, Reuters reported.

Within 24 Hours of Being Presumptive Nominee, Donald Trump Flips on Minimum Wage

Can he win over Sanders supporters this way?

LGBT Russians Arrested During May Day Parade — But Neo-Nazis Were A-OK

LGBTs face fines, but Neo-Nazis are just fine.

Wisconsin Court Tosses Out Gov. Scott Walker's "Right-to-Work" Law

The judge added that the law's impact "over time is threatening to the unions' very economic viability."

Uber Drivers in NYC Want You to Know the Truth About Uber's Latest Round of Cuts

When your prices are low, they’re the ones paying.

What to Know About the Supreme Court Case That Could Cripple Unions

A new case could spell disaster for organized labor.

Seattle Just Became the First City to Allow Uber and Lyft Drivers to Unionize

The decision stirred passion on both sides.