- A decline in union participation helps explain stagnant wages for US workers.
- Research points to automation as another factor in labor's falling share of national income.
- The same trend is taking place across the world.
July 18, 2016 - by Reuters - They discussed strategy over Skype. OUR Walmart, the American worker group, has taken the unusual step of collaborating with a group of Chinese Wal-Mart WMT 0.23% workers trying to fight work schedule changes and low wages.
Veterans, labor leaders and an elected official banded together to shed some light on how New Hampshire's proposed right-to-work law would affect the state's veterans in a conference call on Tuesday.