Lowering the wages of construction workers is NOT the way to prosperity. There has been a national push to repeal both state prevailing wage laws. Today, 21 states do not have prevailing wage laws and a few states are considering repealing their laws, including Missouri and Wisconsin – which recently weakened prevailing wage. Many other...Read more
Are you reading credible news?
Chris Stevens, reporter for The Labor Paper, will be doing an in depth article on where you get your news. Is it a credible news source? Are you ready faux news sites? Are you sharing these faux articles? Who is benefiting when you do? This is an article you...Read more
Trump asking Congress, not Mexico, to pay for border wall
Washington (CNN)President-elect Donald Trump's transition team has signaled to congressional Republican leaders that his preference is to fund the border wall through the appropriations process as soon as April, according to House Republican officials.
The move would break a key campaign promise when Trump repeatedly said he would force Mexico to...Read more
The CEO of a chain that underpays and mistreats workers is about to lead the Labor Department
Johaunna Cromer never thought she would work at a fast food restaurant. A college graduate, trained psychologist, and former member of the Air Force, she said she used to believe fast food employees were mostly teenagers trying to supplement their allowance.
But in 2014, when her family moved...