The Labor Department proposal would most likely treat drivers and other gig workers as contractors, not employees.
Benefits depend on where people work, and the kind of job they have, a new survey finds, highlighting disparities that predate the pandemic.
Criminals are increasingly using people like Denise Newton to move their money, just as many have lost their jobs and are vulnerable.
The share of Americans in poverty in 2019 declined and median incomes were the highest on record, a Census Bureau report showed.
While team meetings and industry conventions have moved online, the pandemic has opened as many doors as it has closed.
Pandemic policies at tech companies have created a rift between parents offered more benefits and resentful workers who don’t have children.
As companies reconsider their long-term need to have employees on site, low-wage workers depending on office-based businesses stand to lose the most.
The pandemic has made work and social life more accessible for many. People with disabilities are wondering whether virtual accommodations will last.
What does the future hold for offices and the workers who once inhabited them?
At President Trump’s behest, the Treasury Secretary sought out appointees who would restructure the United States Postal Service.
Providing more aid to struggling governments has become one of the biggest issues tangling up the debate over another pandemic rescue package.
Government efforts to subsidize wages and prevent layoffs have kept many in jobs, but they aren’t sheltering an army of precarious workers.