Ten percent of the world’s children are used for child labor. Learn what some U.S. organizations are doing to reduce that by cleaning up supply chains.
Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta, a lawyer skilled in labor and civil-rights issues, rose from modest roots to the top of his field. Here's his story.
America's legendary productivity is driven by its workers. Learn about the U.S. workforce as the country prepares to celebrate Labor Day on September 4.
Human trafficking is a scourge of the modern world. But U.S. cities and states are taking steps to combat this $150-billion-a-year enterprise.
“Human rights” can sound like an abstraction, but the work governments do to protect human rights can make the difference between life and death.
Honoring workers and the progress on workers' rights, Labor Day has a long history. See how Americans celebrate this holiday.
The 2016 Trafficking in Persons Report ranks 188 countries, including the United States, on their effectiveness in combating human trafficking.
When it comes to making a difference, companies don’t have to be huge. Small companies found success helping workers and communities build better lives.
Smart companies emphasize diversity, inclusion, transparency and community engagement in the workplace. This promotes human rights and is good for business.