The head of the nation's largest municipal jail guard union is facing federal corruption charges along with a hedge-fund founder.
After months of bickering, picket lines and accusations, Verizon and its workers agreed on a tentative four-year deal.
For too long, much of the U. S. labor movement has been fighting the corporate class with one hand tied behind our backs.
McDonald’s cooks and cashiers wanted their employer to know that they’ve had enough.
Columbia University’s graduate students won a major victory last week.
Last Tuesday, approximately 7,000 New York and New Jersey airport workers began negotiations for the first union contract for subcontracted airport workers in the region.
A new report by the Economic Policy Institute concludes that if phased in by 2020, Washington D.C.’s $15 minimum wage proposal would give 114,000 workers a pay raise.
It’s been going on for months, and now the U.S. Department of Labor wants Verizon’s labor issues to come to an end.
Walmart is in the news again regarding its labor practices.
The National Labor Relations Board upheld a previous decision requiring Eastern Essential Services to pay janitors for lost wages and benefits.
Not since the 1964 election, when Democrat Lyndon Johnson defeated conservative Republican Sen. Barry Goldwater, has the difference between the candidates at the top of the national tickets of the two major parties been so stark.
Uber announced Tuesday that it has recognized the newly formed Independent Drivers Guild, which will represent 35,000 drivers in New York City.
Almost three weeks ago, 37,000 Verizon technicians and customer service representatives walked off the job, pushing for a better contract with their employer.
Security officers affiliated with 32BJ have had enough.
Last year, when Mayor de Blasio issued his proposal for the city’s budget, he expressed concern about a growing deficit that would adversely affect millions of New Yorkers and the city’s ability to provide essential services.