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In a world where millions work from home, what does it mean to be injured “on the job”?
The amount of workers mostly working at home has tripled over the past several years, blurring the line of what constitutes a “workplace.”
Labor movement adds union members store by store
A Chipotle in Michigan and an REI in California are the latest to continue a trend defined by Starbucks.
Amazon workers in Staten Island vote to form company's first U.S. union
Amazon's union campaigns come at a time of widespread labor unrest at many corporations, including Starbucks.
Hollywood workers vote to authorize a strike to improve conditions on set
A strike by the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees could halt film and TV production across the country.
More frequent, extreme heat waves linked to workplace injuries
New research from UCLA shows climate change-induced heat waves pose a growing threat to workers.
Amazon workers vote no on unionizing Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse
The warehouse has been the site of a protracted, very public fight to organize.
China's forced-out workers
Chinese workers complain that shortened hours or being told to resign are layoffs by another name.
How long should companies give hazard pay?
Most businesses, especially small ones, don’t have a disaster plan for a global pandemic.
Workers at Walmart, Amazon and beyond strike for better conditions
Employees are asking consumers to refrain from buying these companies' products or services.
In China, economy dogged at decade's end
China started 2009 weathering the global financial crisis and ends the decade battling slower economic growth and a trade war with the U.S.