Is the problem government cash or have we entered a new paradigm?
A panel has unanimously determined the First Amendment isn’t violated if state regulations keep independent writers from landing work.
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It's the sign of particularly bad legislation when lawmakers must create dozens of carve-outs and workarounds so that the supposed beneficiaries are exempted from its provisions.
Labor Day is a good time to remember that we can make workers vastly better off by empowering more of them to vote with their feet.
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Ryan Reynolds stars as a video game character who discovers his whole life is a lie.
In April, workers in Bessemer, Alabama, voted 2-to-1 not to unionize. Now they may be asked to recast their votes.
The H-2B visa allows foreign workers to fill jobs that native-born Americans aren't interested in.
The government's coronavirus-related unemployment benefits are encouraging some to stay unemployed.
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During the draft, they can't even endorse snacks that the league hasn't approved.
His administration is twisting history and federal law to claim the government must encourage collective bargaining.
The pro-union left agrees with the MAGA right: If you can't beat 'em, claim they cheated.
A California Law Allows Union Organizers To Invade Farms Without Permission. This Lawsuit Wants To Change That.
The Supreme Court will decide if the rule violates property rights.
Grocery store company Kroger has announced that it will be closing three stores in Los Angeles as a result of the county's new hazard pay law.
In a reaction to California's Assembly Bill 5, the Department of Labor's new proposed rule will make it harder for gig workers to be defined as employees
Lawmakers and courts are trying to force them to put drivers on their payrolls. They're threatening to take a freeway out of the state entirely.
A lawsuit filed yesterday by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra accuses the companies of misclassifying their drivers as independent contractors.
We need essential workers right now. We also need markets and the price signals they provide.
The congresswoman claimed that Amazon is "refusing to provide basic protective equipment to workers." That's not true.
Much about the COVID-19 outbreak has been unprecedented and historic, but until now it's been difficult to quantify exactly how serious a blow the virus would deal to the U.S. economy.
The PRO Act would implement a veritable grab bag of policies that labor unions have been pushing Congress to pass for years. The House will vote on it this week.
The new law seeks to reclassify contractors as employees.
Last week, The New York Times Editorial Board dismissed those concerns and called for a $15 national wage standard.
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Among other things, it would end Uber as we know it.
California lawmakers have approved Assembly Bill 5, which poses an existential threat to the gig economy in the state.
The bill would upend the gig economy.
The state is set to pass a sweeping bill that would reclassify drivers as employees.
The bipartisan bill says "using drugs or illegal substances to cause a person to engage in a commercial sex act" or in any kind of labor counts as human trafficking.
"A gig is a job and a worker is a worker," Mayor Pete said.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib Wants a $20 Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers. That Would Likely Destroy the Restaurant Industry.
The Democratic congresswoman said that people cannot live off tips. People who live off tips beg to differ.
What happens when you reclassify independent contractors as employees?
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The drivers argued they should be classified as employees, not contractors.
A conservative technocrat tries to engineer a better world.
A state supreme court ruling jeopardizes the very idea of independent contractors in several trades.
The Supreme Court says they can't forcibly collect dues from workers unwilling to pay them, but several unions don't seem to get it.