‘Not one more’: Labor leaders, state officials call for enhanced workplace safety standards
Labor leaders and state officials gathered in Harrisburg on Monday to remember workers who have lost their lives on the job, and to call on the General Assembly to approve two pieces of legislation that would extend federal workplace safety protections to public-sector employees across the commonwealth.
Here’s what Pa. can do to protect essential retail workers | Opinion
Standing at a cash register is working on the front lines. So is stocking shelves, pumping gas and serving pharmacy customers.
Pennsylvania’s public workers don’t have workplace safety protections. This bill would change that
For 577,000 Pennsylvanians, no state agency oversees their workplace safety. Legislation that's being pushed by organized labor and its allies would change that.
Republicans on Pa. House committee advance bill to make sure new public hires know post-Janus rules
Pa. House Republicans are trying to enshrine some provisions of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in state law.
‘Fight for $15’ campaigners furious at Erie Democrat for showing hand ahead of minimum wage fight
State ‘Fight for $15 activists’ are hoping to inspire a fighting attitude among a key House Democrat in the the clash to raise the minimum wage. Keystone Progress, a progressive advocacy group, is seeking signatures to push back on comments from Rep. Pat Harkins where he suggested he’d compromise on increasing the state minimum wage. […]