All seven Democrats set to take the stage on Dec. 19 had vowed to boycott the debate in support of a union that represents 150 food service workers in California.
The government was caught completely unawares when Hanson and her colleague Malcolm Roberts lined up against the bill, which was lost in a tie.
Hoffa's ghost continues to haunt the labor movement.
With the government close to an agreement with Centre Alliance, its legislation to crack down on bad behaviour in the union movement is likely to pass.
Authoritarian populism has been around for a while, but this government's determination to punish some groups make the label more apt than just "conservative".
Professional women's hockey is trying to emerge from a crisis by creating a players' union to improve pay and working conditions.
Despite promising to represent the membership, Corbyn has ended up relying on union bloc votes to push through his own Brexit motion.
The odds are stacked against the striking workers at General Motors. A sociologist who's studied the decline of the US auto industry explains why.
The federal NDP is missing an opportunity to put workers’ rights firmly on the agenda during this election campaign.
In order to achieve progressive change and combat the climate crisis, workers need to help build a movement powerful enough to challenge the status quo.
Hillary Clinton arguably lost in 2020 because she took workers for granted. Will Democrats make the same mistake again?
Unions should move their focus away from traditional collective bargaining and instead embrace new ways to attract new members, such as by offering discounted benefits and engaging in more advocacy.
The government is relishing the difficulties the John Setka controversy has created for Labor leader Anthony Albanese, who remains opposed to tighter restrictions on unions.
Michelle Grattan discusses the slower pace which has taken over Canberra - at least until next week when the action picks up with the new sitting week.
Many Uber drivers do their job because the alternatives are worse. It's an unhappy work choice faced by an increasing number of Australians.
Not all footballers are millionaires. Some have to fight for their earning rights.
The Uber driver walkout raises questions about how workers can fight for better pay and benefits in the age of the gig economy – a topic frequently on the minds of Conversation scholars.
Drivers for Uber, one of the most successful companies in the gig economy are set to strike by turning their apps off for one day this week as their company prepares for its IPO.
The Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 provides important lessons of worker solidarity and action that we may need to pay close attention to as labour struggles are likely to intensify in Canada.
Businesses and workers are at the mercy of mega-corporations.