Author: Max Parrott
Construction unions don’t just deliver financial benefits to their members, but often to private developers too, a recent report found. Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations recently authored
The unionized musicians of the New York City Ballet Orchestra are ramping up their contract fight ahead of the opening of their fall season Sept. 19. Last week the ballet’s
The staff of Education Week have begun the process of unionizing their workplace with the Washington-Baltimore News Guild. The employees say their motivation is to sustain and improve the publication.
LaborPress’s annual Public Service Awards ceremony honored the hard work of a cohort of New York City’s powerful service unions whose members keep the city running. The honorees of the
The New York City AFL-CIO Central Labor Council organized a Labor Day Parade on Sept. 9 that celebrated a series of local labor victories, while putting the ongoing strike by
Nurses at NYU Langone Hospital – Brooklyn are sounding the alarm over levels of understaffing that they say violate the state’s nurse staffing law. The nurses’ union, the Federation of
The Edward J. Malloy Initiative for Construction Skills, a pre-apprenticeship program offeredthrough The Building & Construction Trades Council of Greater New York (BCTC), will host itsBuilding Futures Breakfast on Sept.
A state Supreme Court judge issued a decision Friday “permanently” blocking the contentious plan to switch retired city government employees over to a Medicare Advantage plan, building off of an