Robots May Replace Up To 800 Million Jobs By 2030, Report SaysAccording to a study by the McKinsey Global Institute, 400 to 800 million people could lose their jobs to automation or robot replacements by 2030.
St. Louis ‘Fight for $15’ Celebrates Withdrawal of Labor Secretary NomineeSince last December, the group has spent several weeks protesting President Trump’s nomination of Puzder.
Missouri Labor Finalizing Plans To Fight Right-To-WorkSt. Louis Labor Council President, Pat White hopes to put issue before voters in 2018.
Countdown to Trump: Labor Looks Ahead to Trump YearsLabor council president thinks blue-collar workers will have buyer's remorse.
Gov. Rauner Files Unfair Labor Practice Charge Against UnionRauner's filing Thursday says it costs the state $2 million a day and is seeking damages.
UFCW To Vote On Schnucks Contract OfferUnion leaders recommending rejection and strike authorization.
Teamsters Rally In Support Of Schnucks WorkersUnion says 190 warehouse employees will be terminated as company hires firm to run new center this summer
Union Reaches Tentative Deal With U.S. SteelUnited Steel Workers says the three-year deal still needs approval by its members
Wentzville GM Workers Ratify ContractSupport from production workers overcomes opposition from skilled trades.
Illinois Manufacturers Campaign for High School Students to Join Workforce"It's been difficult because colleges and universities, counselors and parents have directed most folks, most young people to go get a four-year degree," Vichitvongsa says.
Former Inmate Sues Jackson County Over Shackles During LaborMegon Riedel claims in the federal lawsuit in Kansas City that she was 39 weeks pregnant on Oct. 5, 2012, when workers at the Jackson County Detention Center put her in handcuffs and shackles and drove her to a state prison in Vandalia, more than 200 miles away.
Right-To-Work Faces Uphill Battle In MissouriAssociated Press analysis finds not enough support in House to override governor's veto