U.S. employment regulators are investigating allegations that Uber set up a pay scale that discriminated against women working for the ride-hailing se
State AGs are looking into fast food “no-poach” agreements meant to block workers from leaving one franchise to work for another in the same chain.
Professional and business services drove nearly a quarter of U.S. job growth in June.
American businesses added 177,000 workers in June, a sign of health and resilience for the U.S. labor market and economy, a private survey finds.
U.S. Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., the Democratic Whip in the U.S. House, and three Illinois democrats met with Illinois labor leaders to plot next move.
The Rev. Steve Carter wrote, “I believe the women and applaud their courage,” referring to those who accused Bill Hybels of misconduct.
Opponents say a higher minimum wage hurts business. But a U of I study shows the hikes have not negatively impacted Chicago’s unemployment.
The president said he is considering two women among a group of at least five potential candidates for the nation’s high court.
TRANSCRIPT: Leaders of the nation’s public sector unions with the most at stake held a joint conference call with reporters to explain next steps.
Anti-union groups that helped propel the Janus case are expected to pour big money into campaigns to convince workers to leave those unions.
Public sector unions that represent government workers throughout Chicago and Illinois reacted swiftly to the anti-labor ruling in the Janus case.
The Supreme Court delivered a major victory to Rauner during a tough re-election year — and a big blow to organized labor in the case Janus v. AFSCME.
Plaintiff Mark Janus is not a member of AFSCME Local 2600 but pays the union a monthly fee of about $47 to cover some costs of collective bargaining.
Passing the “Hands Off Pants On” ordinance sends a powerful, much-needed message to women in hospitality that we are being seen and heard.
A 40-year state employee, Timothy Mapes will be reimbursed for 91 vacation days and will get half-pay for 146 sick days for a payout of $130,516.