Car wash owners want to take a closer look at a new law that helps car wash workers and no one is happy.
The Professional Staff Congress will vote on whether they should go on strike after working without a contract or new raises.
Educational activists and unions had a week filled with retorts to Success Charter School Academy founder and CEO Eva Moskowitz.
After getting started by a group of fast-food workers in New York City, the Fight for $15 movement has already reached the rest of America and the globe.
In New York, airport workers want the $15 minimum wage as soon as possible.
New Yorkers led the way and now the rest of the country is following suit.
Many people dream of changing careers and finding something with more purpose.
The United Federation of Teachers and the New York State Union of Teachers pushed hard for what they felt were “fairer” evaluations.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio introduced a new education agenda at a speech in the Bronx last week.
Members of the labor community and elected officials came out last week for the New York Amsterdam News and Bill Lynch and Associates’ “Tying Communities Together” Labor Awards Breakfast at the Alhambra Ballroom in Harlem.
Although they’re depicted as operating with different agendas in mind, the annual New York Amsterdam News Labor Breakfast shows what can be achieved when activists, workers and politicians are in sync with each other.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he’s ready to do right by workers.
An under-the-radar ruling has a big chance to shape the nature of certain education programs in America.
Political officials on the national, state and local levels talked about the state of workers on Labor Day.
A recent ruling by a federal appeals court reinstated a rule change that provides home care workers with minimum wage and overtime protection.