With a net worth of more than $100 billion, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is the world’s wealthiest man. But the warehouse workers who helped make him rich are underpaid and micromanaged.
From trickle-down tax cuts to winking at wage theft, the Trump administration is shortchanging working women
America’s job-killing deficit with China reached record heights during 2017—President Trump’s first year in office.
The $1.5 trillion Republican tax cut was supposed to create jobs. But giant corporations are using their savings to kill jobs and reward investors.
Some big businesses are boasting about $1,000 bonuses for their employees. But, when you look beyond the hype, most workers at these companies are getting much less.
Working at a retail job she found “boring,” Lindsay Gustafson used to live from “paycheck to paycheck.” She worried that, “If anything ever happened to me, I would have been in major trouble.”
The Trump administration’s Department of Labor (DOL) is pushing through a rule that would allow restaurant owners to pocket billions of dollars of tips that customers leave for their servers as long as these workers are paid at least the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.