Workers’ rights are human rights. They don’t come from laws — they come from being human. In the Workers Rights section, we report on the right to organize and bargain collectively, the right to a decent standard of living, and the right to be treated fairly and with dignity.
The ruling has national ramifications, but whether the welders can unionize is again up to the Seattle NLRB office.
The company hopes a new Trump-appointed NLRB majority will vindicate its lawlessness.
Freedom Foundation is attacking Laborers Local 483 and others.
It’s the latest action by the Burgerville Workers Union, which has been campaigning for affordable health benefits and a $5 an hour raise.
Portlander Teressa Stevens was fired Aug. 21 from her job as a driver for TriMet LIFT — for urinating in a parking lot.
Caught violating prevailing wage, he lied to investigators about repaying the money — and offered money to employees to lie and say he’d paid them.
The lawsuit against Ross Island Bridge contractor Abhe & Svoboda seeks a jury trial in federal district court.
Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries found that the company willfully failed to give workers meal and rest breaks as required by law.
The public transit agency wants to keep union negotiations closed to the public.
A new law will give retail, hospitality and food service workers predictable schedules — and extra pay when schedules change at the last minute.