Under a tentative deal, the Electrical Workers will pull back from efforts to organize a group of the ride-hailing service provider's drivers.
Alabama is the latest state to consider a so-called pre-emption law blocking cities — such as Birmingham, which recently adopted a $10.10 minimum wage — from enacting higher pay floors.
Employees at a Chinese assembly plant that makes iPhones are working long hours for an average wage that’s 2,500 times lower than Apple CEO Tim Cook’s salary.
Proposals would make it easier for companies to fire workers, limit compensatory damages that can be awarded by labor courts.
The contentious proposal to cut benefits for foreign workers likely will not reduce immigration to the U.K.
The Republican has taken in $4 million from financial interests, more than any other presidential candidate.
Protesters say a former New York City officer convicted in the death of Akai Gurley has been made a scapegoat.
Depending on the outcome of a vote Sunday, Bolivian President Evo Morales, a self-described socialist, could stay in power until 2025.
Analysts expect depressed oil prices to unleash a wave of mergers and acquisitions throughout the energy industry — but that hasn't happened yet.
Deadly protests centered on caste benefits have cut off one of the Indian capital’s key water sources.
The attacks outside the Syrian capital Damascus came hours after deadly explosions in the city of Homs.
French lawyer and former politician Christine Lagarde will lead the International Monetary Fund for another five years.
In most of the U.S., bosses can still fire workers for their sexual orientation. That’s something LGBT rights groups are struggling to change.
Days after comparing LGBT people to animals, the famed boxer lost a lucrative endorsement contract with the sports apparel giant.
A report on the malaise in the U.S. workforce says a quarter of those polled are unmotivated or indifferent about their jobs.
Objections from the ranks of organized labor are delaying an effort to unionize Uber drivers at New York City's LaGuardia Airport.
In recent weeks, Muslim workers in Wisconsin and Colorado have lost their jobs in disputes over prayer breaks, making advocates for Muslim rights nervous.
New research shows a strong correlation between the share of female executives at a company and corporate performance.
Uber’s move last month to reduce fares was designed to aid an aggressive expansion plan. But instead it has triggered a driver backlash.
Low wages and poor working conditions are common at factories that supply major retailers like Walmart, IKEA and Macy's, a report says.