Workers across the country allege the company didn’t always pay them for breaks and overtime.
HelloFresh Workers Voted Against Unionizing Despite High Injury Rates, Low Wages, And A COVID Outbreak
The pandemic has lent momentum to the labor movement, but union losses at HelloFresh food-packing warehouses reveal the challenges of convincing some workers that the fight is worth the risks.
The review of the virtual classroom company’s contracts with the nation’s second-largest school district comes as educators across the country are reconsidering its role in their remote learning programs.
For Kyle Rittenhouse, George Zimmerman, and others in high-profile homicide cases, claims of self-defense led to acquittals. Will the same be true for a young Black man who killed a white teen in Georgia?
Edgenuity offers to help schools pivot from “brick to click” during the pandemic, but to many parents, teachers, and students, the cost-saving program comes at the expense of a quality education.
Employees are departing the personal styling company, while those who remain fear their jobs are gradually being replaced by an algorithm. “We know the ultimate goal of Stitch Fix was to get rid of us,” one employee said.
As Uber acquires competitors and consolidates the food delivery market, drivers are losing income and options.
Around 3,200 Amazon workers cast ballots in the pivotal election, which marked the closest that one of the company’s US warehouses has come to unionizing.
The US Labor Board Isn’t Strong Enough To Protect Workers From Amazon. Some Union Organizers Want To Go Around It.
In the lead-up to the biggest union vote in Amazon’s history, the company has already shown it can break the rules and get away with it.
The company faced criticism from families who said its low-cost internet plan was too slow for online learning.
A viral tweet by a former Comcast employee supports high school students’ claims that the company’s low-cost internet plan isn’t always fast enough for remote learning.
The president has earned a timeout, but hasn’t been banned — yet.
"We wanted to stand with our patriot brothers and sisters that are standing in DC."
One of the half-dozen Amazon employees fired following worker protests during the height of the coronavirus pandemic will get a hearing before the National Labor Relations Board.
At the start of the year, it looked like the labor movement was gaining ground in its fight for gig workers’ rights. The tech industry spent big to defeat them.
Pro-Trump demonstrators chanted to “stop the count” in Michigan, while in Arizona, armed supporters of the president yelled, “Count the votes!”
The US Postal Service Said It Can't Track 300,000 Ballots Sent In The Mail, But That Doesn't Mean They’re Lost
During an ongoing trial, Postal Service officials said the ballots weren't being tracked so that they could be delivered more quickly.
There is another vital vote taking place on Nov. 3 in California that could decide whether the gig economy can continue in the same format to which we’re all addicted.
The decision comes as USPS is struggling to maintain on-time mail delivery and courts are making last-minute decisions about whether ballots that arrive after Nov. 3 will be counted.