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Eagle columnist Leonard Quart writes: "The city may not become free of violence or rapacious developers because unions are on the upsurge, but the rise of unions suggests that a glimmer of light can shine through daily realities that often can feel very grim."

The PFSE, which represents paraprofessionals, bus drivers and attendants, cafeteria workers, custodians and educational secretaries, and the Pittsfield School Committee have been in contract negotiations since last summer. Now both sides are asking for a state provided mediator to step in to the process.

A truck is almost buried in people as it makes its way through the crowd of thousands gathered in Tiananmen Square for a pro-democracy rally, …

Data from a Microsoft survey of global workers found that burnout is widespread — 54 percent of workers said they are overworked; 39 percent s…

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Banners of various labor organization were displayed near the casket of James B. McNamara as funeral services were held in San Francisco March…

In the post-COVID-19 world, some workspaces in central employment districts might become housing, and some housing in residential areas might …

General Electric, shown during a 1946 labor strike, long held the title of largest employer in Pittsfield and Berkshire County. GE sold its Pi…