WASHINGTON — U.S. employers delivered a stunning burst of hiring to begin 2024, adding 353,000 jobs in January in the latest sign of the economy shrugging off a period of high interest rates.February 2, 2024
The nation’s employers added a robust 216,000 jobs in December 2023, the latest sign that the American labor market remains resilient even in the face of sharply higher interest rates.January 5, 2024
The nation’s employers added a solid 199,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell, fresh signs that the economy could achieve an elusive “soft landing.”
The United Auto Workers union says it has filed unfair labor practice complaints against Stellantis and General Motors for failing to make counteroffers to the union’s economic demands.
The nation’s employers added 187,000 jobs in August, evidence of a slowing but still-resilient labor market despite the high interest rates the Federal Reserve has imposed.September 1, 2023
Wabtec and its striking union workers have reached a tentative agreement that could end a two-month strike that saw about 1,400 people walk off the job at its Pennsylvania plant.August 31, 2023
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters says UPS Inc. has agreed to equip its delivery and logistics vehicles with air conditioning systems, a key point in contract negotiations.
The Pacific Maritime Associations claims that significant labor unrest by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union has shut down the Port of Seattle.
OMAHA, Neb. — Tens of thousands of engineers remain frustrated with the lack of paid sick time and the demands railroads like BNSF are making in negotiations.