New Census Bureau data indicate that the middle class is receiving close to the smallest-ever share of the nation’s income.
Throughout the country, women, people of color, and workers in the service sector make up a sizable portion of the working class.
Allowing more Americans to bargain collectively and instituting novel ways to bargain across industries and occupations will help reduce gender and racial pay gaps.
In Janus v. AFSCME, the Supreme Court weakened the freedom of government workers to come together in strong unions; now, progressive state and local leaders must fight for public sector unions.
Worker Attack Tracker: President Trump is rolling back protections to ensure that Americans can be safe on the job, receive fair pay and benefits, save for retirement, access high-quality training programs, have a voice in their workplace, and not be discriminated against at work.
Policymakers should heed Wisconsin’s warning—attacks on public-sector workers are harmful for states.
Anti-worker lawmakers are advancing a bill to let large corporations off the hook when they infringe on workers’ rights, while leaving workers unprotected and small businesses holding the bag.
New census data indicate that the middle class would benefit from stronger unions.
Workers, taxpayers, and high-road business would lose out if prevailing wage laws were to be repealed.
These so-called reforms would rig the system even further in favor of employers, hurting working Americans.