Boston school bus drivers are back on the job after the company contracted to run school bus services agreed to a meeting with union workers.
Democratic New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio continues to rack up endorsements from labor unions.
After winning the support of community activists and elected officials, workers at a Metro PCS store in Harlem voted seven to one to join the Communications Workers of America.
The Amsterdam News and Bill Lynch Associates honored several people in the labor movement last Thursday at its third annual Tying Communities Together Labor Breakfast at Harlem’s Alhambra Ballroom.
This week, Bill Lynch Associates and the Amsterdam News hosted the third annual Tying Communities Together labor breakfast. The breakfast paid tribute to New York’s labor movement, community activists and union leaders.
The Police Benevolent Association (PBA) of New York, the union that represents park police officers, says that issues of public safety are coming up in relation to the city’s state parks. The union is calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to ...
President and CEO of the Community Service Society (CSS) of New York David R. Jones Esq. believes that labor unions and the Black and Latino community go hand in hand, and recent events have highlighed the need for unions. With ...
The New York Amsterdam News and Bill Lynch Associates hosted their annual Tying Communities Together Labor Breakfast: A Celebration of Labor Movement at the Alhambra Ballroom in Harlem on Thursday, Sept. 19.
The United Federation of Teachers in New York City isn’t the only one working without a new deal in place.
Despite no official call for the Democratic New York City mayoral nomination, Tuesday night pointed toward a Bill de Blasio coronation.
We at 1199 SEIU count as friends most of the New York City’s Democratic candidates for mayor. None, however, have stood with us as consistently and steadfastly as Bill de Blasio.
The NYC Parks Department plans to honor the two women for saving a swimmer’s life at Brighton Beach, where they work as summer life guards.
With the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington approaching, there’s been a significant amount of reflection taking place on the legacy of that day.
Last Thursday, about 100 workers in buildings along the High Line in Manhattan rallied in favor of a better wage and benefits.
On Wednesday, District Council 37 stood with community leaders and elected officials in front of the Corona Health Center in Queens (with news conference co-sponsors Make the Road New York, the Commission on the Public’s Health System and the People’s ...