Detroit is insolvent and thereby eligible for bankruptcy
A group of union officials joined a coalition of community groups in protest outside of Rep. Gregory Meeks’ office in Jamaica, Queens
the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a decision that didn’t surprise Walmart employees: The company had violated workers’ rights around the country
The United Federation of Teachers might have to watch the movie “300” for inspiration, because they’re feeling pressure from all sides. While fighting against the rushed implementation of a policy, the union is meeting a new battle creeping up behind ...
Four years after former New York Post Editor Sandra Guzman filed a sexual harassment and unlawful termination lawsuit against her former employer, she’ll see them in court.
Interfaith Medical Center’s (IMC) advocates won a major battle in court on Monday, but the victory could ring hollow
Members and employees of SEIU (Service Employees International Union) continue to encourage residents in the African-American and Hispanic communities to get health care via the new insurance exchanges
It looks like the Civil Rights Movement can welcome a new set of activists into the fold
SUNY Downstate halted plans to lay off 500 Long Island College Hospital (LICH) employees
The largest public employee union in New York City revealed its endorsements for the New York Legislature on Election Day
A new study released last week by the Center for Popular Democracy found that construction workers of color in New York state disproportionately face more danger
A recent report by a university has recharged the batteries of the fast-food workers’ push for organization in New York.
Last week, over the span of 24 hours, four car washes signed contracts with the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU)
The New York State Nurses Association will join elected leaders and labor allies to call for respect for New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) patients and nurses, and for an expanded public health care system.
Falling behind on rent, credit card payments and car payments, government employees who were furloughed due to the recent ideological battle in Congress are struggling.