Marty Walsh may not seem like the person to overhaul the gig economy. He spent years advocating for construction workers and less time on the intricacies of on-demand work at billion-dollar tech companies.
“I no longer wish to be associated with your union,” wrote Trump in a letter shared by the guild. “As such, this letter is to inform you of my immediate resignation from SAG-AFTRA. You have done nothing for me."
Lieutenant gubernatorial candidate Sean Perryman is one of a growing number of Democrat politicians to call for destruction of Virginia’s 73-y…
A trio of trade unions representing 9,000 Virginia workers are putting their money behind endorsements of former Del. Jennifer Carroll Foy in her campaign for governor.
It marks a win for labor groups that worried about eroding protections for workers and customers, and a setback for business groups concerned about liability and stringent safety standards.
The group of employees currently is mostly made up of graduate student workers. The union also would include undergraduate student workers, faculty and staff, including those in the UVa Health System.
Joyce Barnes has become sick before by caring for someone who was carrying a communicable disease without anyone knowing it — a bacterial infection that put her in the hospital last year.
While COVID-19 surges appear in other states, Va. numbers "are very good"
The Virginia House of Delegates will reconvene outdoors on the grounds of the state Capitol complex for the annual veto session on April 22, according to the office of House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn.
Virginia’s peak day for new COVID-19 cases could take place in mid-August, and may yield a higher number of positive cases than previously anticipated, according to new modeling from researchers at the University of Virginia made public Monday.
Virginia has experienced nearly 100 coronavirus outbreaks, the majority of them in long-term care facilities, according to new data from the state health department.
A Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles employee in the headquarters office died April 7 from COVID-19, the agency said Monday in response to an inquiry from the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Gov. Ralph Northam is protecting a $130 million budget increase in state and federal Medicaid funds to boost rates for organizations providing personal care and other services to elderly and disabled Virginians in communities across the state.
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Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney has stripped raises, vacant positions and plans for new jobs from the city’s spending plan to address a $38.5 million hole anticipated in next year’s budget.
As of Friday, seven inmates at the Central Virginia Correctional Unit #13 who tested positive for COVID-19 had worked at a cafe in the Virginia Department of Corrections headquarters building.
At the ever-growing bottom of the American economy, a low-wage worker becomes a minimum-wage activist.
It's the latest example of a growing global movement that so far has gotten little traction from the American labor movement.