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Why a Google spreadsheet was the most powerful tool for labor in 2019

What started as a project to promote salary transparency among museum workers evolved into a broader movement that touched groups as disparate as baristas and journalists.

Why a Google spreadsheet was the most powerful tool for labor in 2019

What started as a project to promote salary transparency among museum workers evolved into a broader movement that touched groups as disparate as baristas and journalists.

Should Amazon pay warehouse workers while they wait for security screenings? Pa. Supreme Court will decide.

It’s a question that’s been winding its way through courts across the country in a series of cases for nearly a decade.

Should Amazon pay warehouse workers while they wait for security screenings? Pa. Supreme Court will decide.

It’s a question that’s been winding its way through courts across the country in a series of cases for nearly a decade.

Why the next Philly police contract may not be negotiated behind closed doors

A group of activists are fighting to reform the Philadelphia Police Department through its collective bargaining agreement.

Why the next Philly police contract may not be negotiated behind closed doors

A group of activists are fighting to reform the Philadelphia Police Department through its collective bargaining agreement.
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Philly’s next labor union might be at this Fishtown cake shop that counts Beyoncé as a customer

The union campaign at Cake Life — a Beyoncé favorite — builds off a burgeoning movement for baristas’ rights in Philadelphia and for food service workers’ rights across the country.

Resin maker moves to King of Prussia after 3 decades in Bala Cynwyd, citing excessive development

Purolite, a resin manufacturer, is moving its headquarters from Bala Cynwyd to King of Prussia. The relocation falls in line with other industrial companies moving to an area of KoP — Swedeland — currently in the midst of an expansion and development boom.

Faculty at Pennsylvania state universities will get raises under a new contract

New contract terms are approved for 5,000 Pennsylvania state university faculty; the new agreement, approved by the state system's governing board, covers faculty at all 14 universities.

Report: Philly’s Einstein Medical Center spent $1.1 million on ‘union avoidance.’ It isn’t alone.

The Economic Policy Institute report makes its case plain: Workers seeking to unionize take on enormous risk — at worst, they could lose their jobs — and federal law is not powerful enough to protect them.

Celadon bankruptcy leaves more than 3,000 truck drivers jobless during the holidays

Thousands of truck drivers suddenly found themselves jobless - many of them stranded mid-route - after Celadon Group abruptly filed for Chapter 11 protection this week and halted operations - just days after two former executives were charged with securities fraud.

With salaries capped at $30K, Philly’s classroom aides are demanding more

The group is behind a growing movement to draw attention to the plight of the Philadelphia School District's aides, bilingual counseling assistants and other low-wage classroom employees.

U.S. jobs trounce forecasts with 266,000 gain; wages heat up

U.S. job gains roared back in November as unemployment matched a half-century low and wages topped estimates, giving the Federal Reserve more reason to hold interest rates steady after three straight cuts.

U.S. jobs trounce forecasts with 266,000 gain; wages heat up

U.S. job gains roared back in November as unemployment matched a half-century low and wages topped estimates, giving the Federal Reserve more reason to hold interest rates steady after three straight cuts.

Why Mayor Kenney could threaten to pull a water bill discount for Philly’s ‘eds and meds’

The mayor is taking a surprisingly aggressive stance in getting the likes of Penn and Temple to follow a city wage law for 1,400 security guards.

Philadelphia’s public defenders decide to unionize

The attorneys represent roughly 70 percent of all Philadelphians arrested for criminal charges or probation violations.

Carpentry foreman wins $10M settlement of lawsuit over injuries at Old City construction site

Michael Little, 43, of Northeast Philadelphia, was forced to retire after he slipped and fell in 2016 on an ice-covered hallway at the One Water Street building then under construction on Columbus Boulevard. He has had five surgical procedures on his right ankle and leg.

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