The Indianapolis Worker Justice Center will help low-income, non-union workers with labor rights issues.
The American Federation of Government Employees, which represents 14,000 workers in Indiana, is trying to force Congress to pay federal workers.
GE workers rallied Thursday in hopes the company would reconsider its decision to lay off 160 workers.
Public sector unions are asking the legislature to stop plans to shift control of a part of the state’s public employees’ pension system to a private company.
The president of a local union says the company has not created 200 jobs it promised in 2010.
Hostess Brands announced this week it plans to open a bakery in Indianapolis and union workers hope that means they will get their jobs back.
Hostess bread brands were auctioned off on Wednesday as a part of the company's liquidation of assets.
Teachers represented by the Carmel Clay Education Association still do not have a contract in place for the 2012-13 school year.
Indiana’s State Board of Education approved Wednesday a broad suite of changes to the rules, known as REPA II, used to issue licenses to educators in the state.
An Indiana University professor says mediations are usually successful, but labor disputes are the most difficult to resolve.