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Union membership grew in the U.S. last year by more than a quarter of a million workers. Here's what the numbers mean.
Watch some of our top videos of the year, from why unions matter to the history of Labor Day.
We’ve shared a lot of stories over the past year on our blog. As 2022 draws to a close, check out some of our most popular posts.
We're exploring the many ways unions advance the interest of all workers.
A new website aimed at getting workers the information they want and need on unions and collective bargaining is the first of its kind online resource center, with information on unions, the union advantage, and more.
Unions improve the well-being of workers and support the mission of the U.S. Department of Labor in many ways.
In advance of Labor Day, we asked Department of Labor leaders to reflect on how their agencies are promoting good jobs and providing the tools and resources workers need to succeed.
Monday, Sept. 5, is Labor Day – a day set aside for honoring and celebrating the struggles and achievements workers and their unions have made, and continue to make.
At two years old, the USMCA is impacting workers around the world - including in Silao, Mexico, where workers recently elected a new independent union at the GM auto plant.
Across the country, workers are organizing with their co-workers and engaging in collective action to gain improvements in their jobs and workplaces. What can we learn from these recent organizing efforts? How do they fit in the broader history of worker organizing in the United States? And how can the Department of Labor support worker organizing to advance our mission of improving working conditions for all workers?