Charles Dickens’ famous line, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” succinctly sums up the difference between workers and corporations as 2014 begins.
Social Security recipients will see a small 1.5 percent increase in benefits next year the government announced Wednesday. The increase is one of the smallest since automatic adjustments began in 1975.
Much of the debate over the state of the economy in recent years has been the oft repeated phrase that the middle class is quickly dying in the United States. It turns out, that may be reality, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute.
The latest jobs numbers gives hope to workers, employers, and the government that the Great Recession and jobs crisis may be slowly starting to retreat permanently.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average continued Monday to flirt with an all-time record high, but while corporations and CEO’s are getting richer; the same can’t be said for the workers producing the materials for those corporations.
South Florida workers are finally making the same amount of money as they did in 2007, a PayScale Index report indicated.
Several new laws take effect January 1, restricting this and cutting that, but one welcome law is an increase in Florida’s minimum wage.
Each week, Florida women are earning 16% less than Florida men, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Protesters gathered outside the grand opening of a new Publix in downtown Miami Saturday, using the opening of the long-awaited store to protest the chain’s decision not to take part in a […]
Aventura Hospital and Medical Center will be the center of a protest Friday afternoon by workers who are angry at the hospital’s parent company, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA).