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Subcontracted and other nonstandard work structures are prevalent in the industries experiencing the greatest job growth during the recovery.
The NLRB has appropriately found that Browning-Ferris Industries is a ‘joint employer’— together with its staffing company Leadpoint.
This is a tremendous victory for the two-million-plus home care workers in America.
Washington State’s Supreme Court upheld the voter-approved initiative.
Birmingham’s minimum wage will increase to $8.50 in July 2016 and to $10.10 in July 2017.
Let’s celebrate this vital social insurance program while striving to improve it for today’s changing workforce.
Labeling employees as “independent contractors” is an age-old way to skirt labor and tax laws, writes Rebecca Smith.
Stagnant wages and high levels of long-term unemployment reveal a still-vulnerable economy.
Could higher wages for bank tellers be the next battle in the fight for $15?