When franchisees have more bargaining power, workers might benefit as well.
More apparel brands are paying workers severance when factories shut down. But will that help the factories do it on their own?
Setting a production line speed standard would help, but OSHA doesn’t have the resources to create it.
Just not as much as they think workers in other industries should be able to unionize.
Young, female, part-time, Southern restaurant workers without a high school degree.
An amendment requiring Malaysia to come into compliance with human trafficking rules could slow resolution of the trade fight in Congress.
While major clothing companies have made progress on upgrading the factories where they source their products, governance is still weak and infrastructure lacking.
Some companies can raise worker salaries dramatically. Others have too many who make too little to do so.
After a four-year decline, more high school grads are going to college again.
Employment law remains murky as D.C. employers grapple with their rights to limit employee pot use.