– The Wall Street Journal
The Uber Works app, launching in Chicago on Friday, will match workers such as chefs and cleaners with companies looking to fill a temporary opening, the company said late Wednesday.
Rather than fighting the unions city-by-city, the hotel industry agreed to make panic buttons available to workers and at the same time, delivered one of the most tangible victories for the #MeToo movement.
– Bangor Daily News
The burgeoning marijuana industry is impacting the restaurant industry in a number of ways. It’s most disruptive impact may be that it’s stealing its workforce.
Elizabeth Warren unveiled a sweeping pro-labor plan on Thursday that would bolster workers’ ability to organize, bargain collectively and strike, as she and other Democratic presidential candidates vie for the support of organized labor.