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For the transgender community, work can be a difficult world to navigate

Navigating the world of work can be enormously challenging for members of the transgender community, and changing jobs is especially tricky.

After the ride-hailing revolution, the taxi industry is reinventing itself

The Globe spent a day on the streets of Boston with a survivor of a brutal few years for the cab industry.

The union comes to Boston University dorms

Around 280 resident assistants announced Wednesday that they had formally organized and signed union authorization cards.

A push to make pay more transparent, and equitable, in Mass.

Bills recently reintroduced on Beacon Hill call for companies to provide pay ranges in job postings and make larger organizations’ collective wage data public — measures advocacy groups say would put job seekers on more equal footing.


Here’s why some young workers want to ditch ‘corporate-speak’

On my radar. Let’s close the loop. Low-hanging fruit. For young people entering corporate America, the jargon used in the office and on Slack is not worth circling back on.

Tewksbury day care closure shows a system on the brink

After 20 years in business, having survived the COVID shutdown and the stringent safety protocols that followed, the beloved Pattikakes’ daycare was beset by surging costs, plummeting revenues, and chronic staffing shortages.

When the union comes to a coffee shop near you

The closure of Darwin’s amid union activity highlights the often fraught relationship in independent cafes, when workers and owners stand side-by-side all day.

At Tufts, undergrad resident assistants are pushing for a union

The students have their housing paid for by the college in exchange for supervising dorms, but many hope that organizing formally will lead to additional compensation and fairer working conditions.