Airport workers gave the Port Authority a warning, and now elected officials have fired verbal warning shots on the workers’ behalf as well.
Currently, all public unions are working without contracts and are looking to negotiate raises and back pay as soon as possible. The projected budget shortfall for this fiscal year, however, makes the unions’ desire seem more like wishful thinking. Nevertheless, ...
One of Ford’s motives was to improve the sales of his Model T by providing his workers with a salary so they could afford to purchase the product they helped produce. These job opportunities were good news and bad news ...
Last week, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the signing of an agreement that reinstated 25 Dominos Pizza employees in Washington Heights.
Mandela’s history as a freedom fighter and anti-apartheid activist is something not lost on many American unions.
Black-owned radio station WWRL is set to change to a Spanish format on Jan. 1
Last Thursday, fast-food workers reminded New York City and the country at large that minimum wage isn’t going to cut it.
Detroit is insolvent and thereby eligible for bankruptcy
A group of union officials joined a coalition of community groups in protest outside of Rep. Gregory Meeks’ office in Jamaica, Queens
the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a decision that didn’t surprise Walmart employees: The company had violated workers’ rights around the country
The United Federation of Teachers might have to watch the movie “300” for inspiration, because they’re feeling pressure from all sides. While fighting against the rushed implementation of a policy, the union is meeting a new battle creeping up behind ...
Four years after former New York Post Editor Sandra Guzman filed a sexual harassment and unlawful termination lawsuit against her former employer, she’ll see them in court.
Interfaith Medical Center’s (IMC) advocates won a major battle in court on Monday, but the victory could ring hollow
Members and employees of SEIU (Service Employees International Union) continue to encourage residents in the African-American and Hispanic communities to get health care via the new insurance exchanges
It looks like the Civil Rights Movement can welcome a new set of activists into the fold