This week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law five bills that he said would bring “fairness” to the for-hire vehicle and taxi industry in the city. It’s the first legislation in the United States that regulates ...
Rather than report to work, members of an online media website organized for a better contract.
With the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruling against organized labor, state governments have looked to play protector for public sector unions.
The largest non-union, professional educators’ organization doubled job protection benefits for members without raising dues.
The raises should have happened by now, according to local airport workers.
New York is the most unionized state in the nation with nearly 2 million union workers. Although private sector unions make up the largest number of those workers—17 percent compared with 6 percent nationwide—the real power of New York’s organized ...
H&M employees want a new contract and they want it now.
Whether it was Lower Manhattan or in Los Angeles, labor leaders and activists took to the streets to protest the White House’s immigration policies.
The last session of the Supreme Court produced a host of decisions that turned back the clock on social, political and economic justice.
Something the Republicans have wanted to do since the Clinton administration might come to fruition under Trump. It’s made American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten furious.
Pleasure Chest workers were joined by a legislative ally in their fight for a better workplace.
Members of 32BJ and immigration activists said Rep. Dan Donovan heard them but isn’t listening to them on immigration.
I recently attended a Teamsters conference. It was billed as “A Weekend With the Teamsters,” focused on education and reflection. It was held in Milwaukee, Wis.
A letter written by Martin Allen of People for Political and Economic Empowerment urged the Nontraditional Employment for Women not to honor Sheet Metal Workers Local 28 President Kevin Connors.
While the American public has focused on scandals swirling around the 45th president, the corporate and financial elite, through extremist organizations, have launched a nationwide campaign to cripple their primary opposition—unions, and particularly public unions.