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Trump Labor Officials Are Secretly Using Forced Arbitration to Get Corporations Off the Hook
The Ride-Hail Strike Got Just Enough Attention to Terrify Uber
Early Libertarian Dreams of a Free Internet Didn’t Work Out as Planned
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What the Google Protests Really Need to Achieve
The Supreme Court’s Anti-Worker Rulings Are So Routine Now That We Hardly Notice Them. Big Mistake.
Organizers of the Google Walkout Say They’ve Been Threatened With Demotion
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The Future of Unions Is White-Collar
Drivers Say Uber and Lyft Are Cutting Their Pay Ahead of the Companies’ Multibillion-Dollar IPOs
“I’m Pretty Sure That I’m Losing Money”: Two Uber and Lyft Drivers on Why They Went on Strike
Mike Trout’s Big New Contract Should Make Everyone Happy. What Could Go Wrong?
Alan Krueger Was the Rare Economist Whose Work Improved the Lives of Millions
What Should You Do if You’re Asked to Complete Free Work for a Job Interview?
The Trump Administration’s New Overtime Policy Leaves Millions of Workers Unprotected
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Maybe Love the $15 Minimum Wage
Google Is Ending Forced Arbitration in a Monumental Win for Its Workers