Employees at the chain's New Jersey castle have launched a union campaign aimed at improving pay and safety at a surprisingly dangerous job.
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Indianapolis typically fills 17 pools each year, but with a national lifeguard shortage exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, just five are open this
The historic vote by employees of a Maryland Apple store to unionize is a significant step in a lengthy process that labor experts say is heavily sta
Workers at the store in Towson Center voted to form a union despite Apple's opposition.
“Right now the costs exceed the revenue, so that’s not a great situation to be in," Musk reportedly told employees.
UPS unveiled Tuesday a battery-powered, four-wheeled cycle to more efficiently haul cargo in some of the world’s most congested streets and to reduc
The government plans soon to release data on collisions involving vehicles with autonomous or partially automated driving system that will likely sing
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies were collapsing in price Monday, after the major crypto lender Celsius halted all withdrawals citing “extreme mar
Starbucks Workers United filed unfair labor practice charges over the CEO’s comment that he could never embrace a union.
Labor board officials accused the coffee chain of retaliating against union organizers.
Employees have accused the company of violating labor law, saying managers have instructed them to remove union pins or go home.
The billionaire accused the company of refusing to give him information about its spam bot accounts.
"If you don't show up, we will assume you have resigned," the billionaire's email allegedly said.
Lucrative tax breaks and government loan money have definitely rained down on Musk.
The shareholder suit argues Musk's criticism of Twitter is aimed at depressing its stock price because he wants to walk away from the deal — or pay
The company's decision to slash its contributions to retirement plans has employees talking about a union.
The company will stop representing short-term rentals in the country from July 30.
Wisconsin-based employees of subsidiary Raven Software delivered a blowout victory in the union's favor.
A regional director with the labor board says Starbucks broke so many laws that it irreparably tainted the union election process in western New York.