The Terminal One Team, comprising Terminal One Group Association and its world-class team of operating and financial partners, today welcomed the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s decision to move forward with the redevelopment and expansion of John ...
Nine members of the American Federation of Teachers have brought a class-action lawsuit against Navient. The AFT members, from across four different states, believe that the student loan servicer misled borrowers who work in public service professions about accessing a ...
Last week, local airport workers finally got the news that they’d been waiting for all year. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey officially voted in favor of a new resolution raising the minimum wage for workers at ...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza announced a plan to diversify a school district in Brooklyn.
Local airport workers might finally get what they’ve wanted for years: a raise in their minimum wage.
Two unions representing emergency medical service workers called out the mayor for abandoning them.
Two major musician unions, the Associated Musicians of Greater New York, Local 802, AFM and the American Guild of Musical Artists announced a new contract with the Metropolitan Opera.
Florida’s State Supreme Court struck an amendment from the ballot for misleading voters about its true nature.
The union representing probation officers has demanded that the city hand over payroll records and has accused officials of discrimination
In a poll released before Labor Day, Gallup confirmed that union approval is at its highest in more than a decade.
Unionized construction workers want the National Football League to know that one of its owners is bad news.
A couple of New York State Senate candidates were endorsed by the AFL-CIO and Planned Parenthood NYC. The AFL-CIO endorsed Jim Gaughran for senator for the 5th District seat. Gaughran said he felt honored by the endorsement from the union ...
Earlier this month, thousands of construction workers, painters and others took to the street of Philadelphia to link immigrant rights to worker rights.
Authorities arrested a public contractor for allegedly skimming from his employees’ paychecks.
With detention centers and private prisons at the forefront of American minds, the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund decided to send a message to its constituents and the public.