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1U.S. Woman Arrested in Afghanistan Among 18 Aid Workers Held for "Promoting Christianity"September 22, 2023Read More
2Amazon Plans to Hire 250,000 US Workers for Holiday SeasonSeptember 22, 2023Read More
3Striking Unions Impacting the Economy at a Level Not Seen in DecadesSeptember 22, 2023Read More
4Strikes Make a Comeback in AmericaSeptember 21, 2023Read More
5Understanding America’s Labor Shortage: The Most Impacted IndustriesSeptember 21, 2023Read More
6The Big Numbers Behind the Auto StrikeSeptember 21, 2023Read More
7Banks Scramble to Find Leaders Equipped for Today’s Economic RealitiesSeptember 20, 2023Read More
8Why Experts Say Pay Secrecy Norms Have "Lost Their Teeth"September 20, 2023Read More
9UAW President Sets Deadline for Companies to Meet DemandsSeptember 20, 2023Read More
10A New Breed of Leaders are Atop the Largest US Unions TodaySeptember 19, 2023Read More
11New York Employers Must Include Pay Rates in Job Ads Under New State LawSeptember 19, 2023Read More
12Autoworkers Are Fighting for the Future of the IndustrySeptember 19, 2023Read More
13‘No Justice, No Jeeps!’ Scenes from the Auto Workers StrikeSeptember 18, 2023Read More
14Wage Gap Costs Women $1.6 Trillion a Year, New Report FindsSeptember 18, 2023Read More
15A Core Frustration Unites Striking Workers: Exorbitant CEO PaySeptember 18, 2023Read More
16Potential UAW Strike: Where Labor Talks Stand and What’s at StakeSeptember 13, 2023Read More
17More U.S. Workers Fear Technology Making Their Jobs ObsoleteSeptember 13, 2023Read More
18Many Child-Care Providers May Close as Federal Aid EndsSeptember 13, 2023Read More
19There’s Still No End in Sight for the Hollywood StrikesSeptember 12, 2023Read More
20The Problem with Labor Data in Understanding InflationSeptember 12, 2023Read More
21One Peril Facing Job Hunters? Being GhostedSeptember 12, 2023Read More
22AI Expert is a Hot New Position in the Freelance Jobs MarketSeptember 12, 2023Read More
23Why Did UPS Teamsters Vote Yes on the Deal?September 11, 2023Read More
24Autoworkers Are Ready to Strike the Big 3 If They Have ToSeptember 11, 2023Read More
25Countering Dangerous Work at AmazonSeptember 11, 2023Read More
26Unions Seek Gains in Hostile Territory: ‘If You Change the South, You Change America’September 8, 2023Read More
27The Auto Strike Deadline is Close, But Any Deal Has ‘A Long Way to Go’September 8, 2023Read More
28Roku is Laying off 10% of Its WorkforceSeptember 7, 2023Read More
29An Equal Pay Claim Took Down Britain’s Second-Biggest CitySeptember 7, 2023Read More
30Women Accept Lower Pay Than Men Do for New JobsSeptember 7, 2023Read More
31Biden Swipes at Trump's Job Record in Labor Day SpeechSeptember 6, 2023Read More
32The State of Return-To-Office Policies: A Post-Labor Day Reset?September 6, 2023Read More
33Why Did the Unemployment Rate and Jobs Rise in Tandem?September 6, 2023Read More
34The Job Market Shows Signs of 'Normalizing'September 5, 2023Read More
35Black Unemployment Rate Declines in August, Even as it Rose Across the BoardSeptember 12, 2023Read More
36More Remote Workers are Willing to Move in Order to Find Affordable HousingSeptember 5, 2023Read More
37Have We Forgotten the True Meaning of Labor Day?September 4, 2023Read More
38Heading into Labor Day Weekend, Biden Celebrates New Job GrowthSeptember 4, 2023Read More
39Hollywood Sheds 17,000 Jobs in August Amid Ongoing StrikesSeptember 4, 2023Read More
40Biden Labor Department Moves to Expand Overtime Pay for MillionsSeptember 1, 2023Read More
41Farmers Insurance Says It Is Cutting 2,400 Jobs in Bid to Ensure Long-Term ProfitabilitySeptember 1, 2023Read More
4261% of Americans are Living Paycheck to PaycheckSeptember 1, 2023Read More
43The Salary a Single Person Needs to Get By in Every U.S. stateAugust 31, 2023Read More
44U.S. Job Growth Slowed Sharply to 177,000 in August, Below Expectations, ADP saysAugust 31, 2023Read More
45American Airlines Flight Attendants Vote to Authorize a StrikeAugust 31, 2023Read More
46Workers Can Still Get Flexible Schedules Amid Return-to-Office Push, Experts SayAugust 23, 2023Read More
47US Labor Market Loses Steam as Job Openings, Resignations DeclineAugust 30, 2023Read More
48Amazon CEO Tells Employees to Return to the Office Or Their Days May Be NumberedAugust 30, 2023Read More
49Juul to Cut 30% of its Workforce in Bid to Slash Costs and Boost ProfitabilityAugust 29, 2023Read More
50The Age Group Carrying the Most Stress and BurdenAugust 29, 2023Read More
51How to Find a Lost Pension PlanAugust 29, 2023Read More
52Some Economists Think Raising Immigration Limits Will Help the Labor CrisisAugust 28, 2023Read More
53What Donald Trump’s Return to X Could Mean for the Platform’s BusinessAugust 28, 2023Read More
54What Imposter Syndrome Is – and How to Overcome ItAugust 28, 2023Read More
55Hollywood Writers Union Says New Proposal From Studios Not EnoughAugust 25, 2023Read More
56UPS Workers Overwhelmingly Approve New ContractRead More
57What Biden’s Infrastructure Building Boom is Missing: WorkersAugust 25, 2023Read More
58GoFundMe for Burger King Employee Who Never Took a Sick Day Raises $400kAugust 24, 2023Read More
59Amazon Relocation Mandate Causes Employees to Quit Instead of MoveAugust 24, 2023Read More
60Fired-Up Auto Workers Are Ready to Battle the Big 3August 24, 2023Read More
61Full-Time Workers Urge for a 4-Day Work WeekAugust 23, 2023Read More
626 Tips to Successfully Semi-RetireAugust 23, 2023Read More
63Job Applicants are Battling AI Résumé Filters with a HackAugust 23, 2023Read More
64Top Résumé Tips to Stand Out in Automated Screenings and with RecruitersAugust 22, 2023Read More
65We Could Be in a "Richcession" — What That Means For YouAugust 21, 2023Read More
6694% of Women Executives Have This in CommonAugust 21, 2023Read More
67Your Résumé Isn’t the Only Thing Popular Job Sites EvaluateAugust 21, 2023Read More
68Skills, Flexibility Can Help Job Seekers Stand OAugust 18, 2023Read More
69Election Workers Who Face Harassment See Accountability in Latest Georgia ChargeAugust 18, 2023Read More
70Employers Cut Off Access to Weight-Loss Drugs for WorkersAugust 18, 2023Read More
71The Pros and Cons of Working While in CollegeAugust 18, 2023Read More
72China Stops Releasing Youth Unemployment Data After it Hit Consecutive Record HighsAugust 17, 2023Read More
73Tourists Lost Their Vacations, While Maui’s Locals Lost EverythingAugust 16, 2023Read More
74Three Ways Covid Changed the Restaurant IndustryAugust 17, 2023Read More
75What Happens if You Work While Receiving Social Security?August 17, 2023Read More
76Despite Big Teamster Wins at UPS, Some Expectations Outpace GainsAugust 16, 2023Read More
77What Am I Worth at Work?August 16, 2023Read More
78Fired vs. Laid Off vs. Furloughed – What’s the Difference?August 15, 2023Read More
79Employees in Asia are Booked with Busywork, Report FindsAugust 15, 2023Read More
80Biden Urges UAW and Big Three Automakers to Reach Deal to Avoid StrikeAugust 15, 2023Read More
81Wells Fargo Illegally Restricted Union Activism, Labor Board AllegesAugust 14, 2023Read More
82UPS Jobs are Hot After Union Deal Wins Major Pay BumpAugust 14, 2023Read More
83How to Deal With a Hostile Work EnvironmentAugust 14, 2023Read More
84How to Navigate Work-Life Balance at a Law FirmAugust 11, 2023Read More
85The Pros and Cons of Working While in CollegeAugust 11, 2023Read More
86America's Labor Shortage is Most Severe in These 13 StatesAugust 11, 2023Read More
87Writers Guild and Studios Set to Resume Negotiations on FridayAugust 10, 2023Read More
88Los Angeles City Employees Strike, Allege Exploitative ConditionsAugust 10, 2023Read More
89Four Things Employers Need to Offer to Keep Workers From QuittingAugust 10, 2023Read More
90Best Job Search SitesAugust 9, 2023Read More
91Robots are Coming — And the Companies Building Them Need WorkersAugust 9, 2023Read More
92Hiring Untapped Talent: Hiring Workers with a DisabilityAugust 8, 2023Read More
93Is 2023 the Summer of Strikes for US Workers?August 8, 2023Read More
94The End of Affirmative Action Poses New Challenges and Risks in HiringAugust 8, 2023Read More
95Disabled Workers: America’s Most Overlooked Labor ForceAugust 7, 2023Read More
96What Is Business Casual for Women?August 7, 2023Read More
97Democratic Socialists Are Fueling a Hot Labor SummerAugust 7, 2023Read More
98Everything You Need to Look For in Friday’s July Jobs ReportAugust 4, 2023Read More
99The Race Gap In U.S. Employment Is Fading For Workers 65+August 4, 2023Read More
100Growth in Major States Bodes Well for National EconomyAugust 4, 2023Read More
101US Investors are Searching Overseas for OpportunitiesAugust 3, 2023Read More
102US Labor Board Says Work Rules Cannot Hamper UnionizingAugust 3, 2023Read More
103Hotel Workers Strike Against Scab Staffing App and Anti-Black RacismAugust 3, 2023Read More
104Job Market Cooling, But Heat Pockets RemainAugust 2, 2023Read More
105A.I. is on a Collision Course with White-Collar, High-Paid JobsAugust 2, 2023Read More
106The Number of Available Jobs in the US Just Fell to Its Lowest in Over Two YearsAugust 2, 2023Read More
107CVS is Laying Off 5,000 WorkersAugust 1, 2023Read More
1086 Ways to Deal With Job RejectionAugust 1, 2023Read More
10961% of Americans Live Paycheck to Paycheck Even as Inflation CoolsAugust 1, 2023Read More
110US Labor Department Condemns Surge in Child Labor After Teen Dies at WorkJuly 25, 2023Read More
111UPS and Teamsters Reach a Labor Deal, Potentially Avoiding a Crippling StrikeJuly 25, 2023Read More
112Despite Heat Deaths, Many States Don’t Require Water BreaksJuly 24, 2023Read More
113How to Discuss Job Loss When Hunting for a New RoleJuly 23, 2023Read More
114The Biggest Problem Offices Have in SummerJuly 21, 2023Read More
115Railroad Whistleblowers Keep Losing Their JobsJuly 21, 2023Read More
116The UPS Strike Looms as Corporate America Cashes InJuly 19, 2023Read More
117Strikes & unions: What’s behind the resurgenceJuly 18, 2023Read More
118TECH Twitter laid off most of its workers in Africa last year. They say they've been ignored and left without severanceJuly 18, 2023Read More
119Striking writers and actors throw shade over tree trimming at Universal picket lineJuly 18, 2023Read More
120AI is a concern for writers. But actors could have even more to fearJuly 18, 2023Read More
121The UPS Strike Looms as Corporate America Cashes InJuly 21, 2023Read More
122Massive shift’: Older people will exceed a quarter of G7′s workforce by 2031, report saysJuly 18, 2023Read More
123Where is the money?’ US workers left unpaid after federal contractor wage theftJuly 17, 2023Read More
124These 10 states are America’s best at producing the workers that employers want to hireJuly 17, 2023Read More
125Share your story: Menopause at workJuly 17, 2023Read More
126Unpacking labor and union negotiations across USJuly 14, 2023Read More
127Reform Caucus Rises, Sues for Elections in Amazon Labor UnionJuly 14, 2023Read More
128A 10-day UPS strike could be the costliest in US historyJuly 14, 2023Read More
129Hybrid work is the new normal, as companies rethink work habits and office and retail spaceJuly 13, 2023Read More
130Hollywood actors are going on strike after contract negotiations failJuly 13, 2023Read More
131Hybrid work is the new normal, as companies rethink work habits and office and retail spaceJuly 13, 2023Read More
132Actors are poised to go on strike against studios and streaming servicesJuly 12, 2023Read More
133This CEO replaced 90% of support staff with an AI chatbotJuly 12, 2023Read More
134In Heat and Smoke, Workers Fight Negligent BossesJuly 12, 2023Read More
135Newly Organized Nurses in Texas and Kansas Strike for a First ContractJuly 11, 2023Read More
136Workers at The Trevor Project UnionizeJuly 11, 2023Read More
137Hiring cools as employers added 209,000 jobs in JuneJuly 7, 2023Read More
138Food delivery services sue NYC over minimum pay rates for app-based workersJuly 7, 2023Read More
139As the world gets hotter, millions of workers face upto the challenge of heat stress and productivity lossesJuly 5, 2023Read More
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Madeline Messa

Madeline Messa is a 3L at Syracuse University College of Law. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in journalism. With her legal research and writing for Workplace Fairness, she strives to equip people with the information they need to be their own best advocate.