The latest news on labor
It's been one hundred years since the Democrats and the unions allied to help the common man.
Michigan leads the U.S. with its 8.5 percent unemployment rate.
Ongoing wage dispute continues as 8,500 people walkout on UC's 10 campuses.
A 2.2 percent first-quarter increase is a welcome surprise.
Jobless claims improve, but the housing market remains weak.
A number of independent drivers plan an April 1 shutdown, but big companies are ready to carry their loads.
With new reactors planned and veterans retiring, companies scramble to find recruits.
Ministrikes at GM and Chrysler foretell an anticlimax at Ford.