Forty-six years ago, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tenn.
United Parcel Service workers are fighting back over the loss of their jobs.
New York City area airport workers continued their fight for better wages last Friday while honoring a civil rights legend.
Disabled city workers laid off by the Bloomberg administration are now able to return to work after a court decision.
Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1181 wants New York City’s school busing contracts to include employee protection provisions (EPPs).
SUNY Downstate revealed the nine requests for proposals that met the minimum requirements for bidding.
fast-food workers filled a class-action lawsuits against McDonald’s in several states and joined a 30-day protest against the company.
Looks like the spotlight on McDonald’s and its pay practices will be a little bit brighter in 2014.
While New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio remains in a dogfight with Albany over universal pre-K, he’s still gaining support for the venture in the process.
Newark mayoral candidate Shavar Jeffries received his first union endorsement last week from Local 97
Union officials at a national bargaining conference in Pretoria had troubling news for workers hoping to get better pay and working conditions in the coming year.
While education is getting all of the coverage, the unions and the new city budget look to be the central story of not only this year, but the current administration’s legacy.
In honor of International Women’s Day, hundreds of nurses, caregivers, community activists, union members and elected officials held a march and rally on the Upper East Side to tell the Koch brothers that all New Yorkers need quality health care.
Last week, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a report saying that the proposal to increase the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour in 2016 would cost the creation of 500,000 jobs in 2016.
Officials and activists fighting over the fate of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) have tentatively agreed to a deal