After snatching up support from airport workers, fast-food employees fighting for a living wage have gathered support from workers in another industry.
When the news of NYPD police officer Daniel Pantaleo’s non-indictment in the chokehold death of Eric Garner broke, it sent shockwaves around the country for a variety of reasons, with union leaders among the many voices poking through the noise.
You can add airport workers to the list of service employees fighting for a “living wage.”
In a move that didn’t surprise many, workers and activists around the country used the biggest shopping day of the year to voice their concerns about labor and fair wages.
City announces contract agreement between school custodians and public school cleaners and handypersons
School custodians and public school cleaners and handypersons have a new agreement, according to the mayor’s office.
Airport workers in New York have been fighting for better benefits and a living wage for several years.
Just hours after the recent midterm elections, talk of impeachment was already on the lips of pundits, and polarization....
When Juan Lopez and Juan Lizama went to wash windows on the new One World Trade Center last Wednesday, neither of them thought the day would end with them on local and national news.
McDonald’s workers from major cities in the United States have begun their eight-country, three-continent tour in support of the global labor movement.
The results of this year’s elections throughout the country were not what we in the labor movement had hoped for.
Since the overwhelmingly Black workforce in Brooklyn chose to become the first workers in the company to join a union nearly three years ago, Cablevision has refused to offer them a fair contract, has run an aggressive, illegal anti-union campaign ...
Police reform advocates, community activists and the Bill de Blasio administration heard some good news on Halloween, when a federal appeals court refused to allow New York City police unions to intervene in the city’s stop-and-frisk settlement.
Time magazine has once again invoked the ire of teachers unions across the country.
Walmart workers from almost 1,700 locations in the nation have called for the company to make a public commitment and raise pay to $15 an hour.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is hoping to deliver the goods on behalf of local Papa John’s employees.