The United States is facing an aging population and a lack of skilled workers. The president's immigration policy is only going to make it worse.
A new report from Human Rights Watch and Uzbek activists alleges the continued use of forced and child labor in harvesting the Central Asian country’s cotton crop.
British voters already pulled the lever for Brexit. Will they elect a terrorist-loving, Jew-baiting, NATO-hater as prime minister next?
A new report sheds light on punishing labor issues in the coffee sector, and on Brazil’s progressive efforts to protect farmworkers.
A group of Goodyear employees are facing jail time for holding executives hostage in 2014.
Estonian parents get two years of paid leave, U.S. prisoners make $.12 an hour, and other statistics to consider this Labor Day.
Yes, Burma's economy is growing — off the backs of the country's impoverished workers.
Two years after Bangladesh's Rana Plaza disaster, experts say a dense network of little-known agents and subcontractors is still getting in the way of better work conditions.
Investor-state provisions in free trade agreements allow companies to arbitrate disputes with governments outside of local courts.
Workers have died by the hundreds constructing the emirate's soccer fantasy land, and still FIFA is intent on keeping the tournament there. Here’s a not-so-crazy alternative.