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In advanced economies, the share of worker compensation as a portion of national income—known as labor’s share—has been falling.
The fall of labor's share of GDP in the United States and many other countries in recent decades is well documented but its causes remain uncertain.
Emailing after hours can damage our health and make us less productive, experts say. Is France’s ‘right to disconnect’ the best way to fight overwork?
It’s called the “Working Families Flexibility Act,” but it would accommodate only employers and could cheat families.
Chief executives of S&P 500 companies surveyed were paid on average $13.1 million last year, 347 times the pay of the average U.S. worker, according to the AFL-CIO, the largest...
Millions of jobs in industry, held mostly by men, have disappeared in the last two decades. But at the same time, the economy has gained 9 million jobs in education...
Workers and advocacy groups are turning to the states as possible avenues for successful reform.
The industry has seen periodic labor tension between pilots and carriers since the early part of the decade, as carriers began to recover from years of losses and pilots felt...
There are two uncertainties: Will well-prepared workers be able to keep up in the race with AI tools? And will market capitalism survive?
Survey data show millions of workers are paid less than the minimum wage, at significant cost to taxpayers and state economies.
Employees working while unwell can have a negative impact on an organization.
Gov. Chris Christie has conditionally vetoed a bipartisan bill seeking to give New Jersey’s police officers and firefighters more say over how their pensions are managed.