This Memorial Day, May you Meet the Grill of Your Dreams

By Evan Henerson

If the calendar is about to click over to June, if you’re anticipating a Monday off from work, if there are a lot of American flags displaying from a lot of lawns, that can mean one thing and one thing only...Memorial Day is upon us.

Carrier: Sorry Trump, We're Moving 632 Jobs to Mexico Anyway

By Sahid Fawaz

President Donald Trump is looking weaker than ever and it's not only the Russian scandal that's the reason.

Should all Hotel Workers be Given a Panic Button?

By Evan Henerson

It may not make the same splash that the Dominique Strauss-Kahn debacle created back in 2011, but when talking about workplace abuse, the tale of the millionaire barrel-making magnate and the Mayflower Hotel maid is no less appalling.

AT&T Strike is the Third Largest in 10 Years. Do you Know Which Labor Stoppage is #1?

By Evan Henerson

The three-day strike last week by Communications Workers of America (CWA) employees at AT&T was momentous. More than 44,000 employees – including wireless, wireline and DIRECTV workers coast to coast - left the job Friday in protest against the company’s “failure to present serious proposals that invest in good jobs with a future.”

Republican Says Trump is America's CEO and Can Fire Whomever He Wants

By Sahid Fawaz

Since firing FBI Director James Comey, President Donald Trump has faced an enormous backlash from the American public.

Report: Workers Lose Billions a Year to Theft by Employers


By Sahid Fawaz

As if it's not bad enough that workers are struggling to make ends meet nowadays, it turns out that employers are stealing billions from them.

McDonald's = Trump = Worker Exploitation

By Evan Henerson

You know things aren’t looking good when someone is comparing to the country's second largest employer and they don’t mean it as a compliment.

The April Numbers Are In: American Industrial Output Grows at Fastest Rate in Three Years

By Sahid Fawaz

Things are looking good for American companies. 

Ford is Axing jobs, but Guess Which Workers are Safe


By Evan Henerson

Facing the same decline in U.S. auto sales that has forced General Motors and Fiat Chrysler to take similar measures, Ford is cutting 1,400 jobs to reduce costs. According to CNN, the company intends to achieve the staff reduction primarily through early retirement and other buyout packages.

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