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Martin Luther King Jr. was as vocal about union power as he was about racial injustice — but no one remembers it

Although union membership has declined since King's death, collective bargaining may be making a comeback.

GM will promote more than 1,350 temp workers to full-time jobs as part of agreement that ended 40-day strike

The employees will transition to full-time employment across 14 plants across the US in the first quarter of 2020.
Women went from being barred from bartending to having most of the industry's jobs.

16 pictures that show how much being an American bartender has changed in the 100 years since Prohibition

Here's how bartending went from a seedy profession to a career that opens doors for many people across the country.

Controversial gig economy startup Rev has raised prices for customers amid criticism of underpaying contract workers

Contractors revealed to Business Insider that they make less than what the company advertises, and earn less than minimum wage.

It will take 257 years for women to have all of the same economic opportunities as men, new study says

Women around the world won't live to see a system that offers them the same work opportunities as their male counterparts, according to the WEF.

The federal government is investigating whether Google violated labor laws in firing four workers involved in unionizing

The four former employees filed a complaint with the NLRB claiming that Google fired them over Thanksgiving for attempting to unionize.

A group of self-proclaimed NBC staffers are allegedly trying to dissuade colleagues from unionizing with an Instagram page that spreads messages like ...

NBC News told Hollywood Reporter that management has nothing to do with the anti-union effort or the Instagram page.

US auto sales were epic in November, but that hasn’t stopped speculation about an expensive ‘transformation’ of the car business

November US auto sales came it at a near-record pace of 17.5 million units. Average sales prices were also extremely high by historical standards.

The US private sector grew at 2nd-weakest pace since 2010 in November

The report could renew concerns that the labor market is running out of steam, particularly as a global trade dispute continues to escalate.

Controversial startup Rev has barred children under 18 from contracting for the site after reports that transcriptionists had to transcribe sexual and...

Rev's cheap rates and quick turnaround pressure contractors to working long hours for little money, they told Business Insider.