NEW YORK, N.Y.—A Queens man illegally fired for trying to form a union at his job has won $30,000 from the company. In a settlement with the National Labor Relations
New York, NY – The Bangladeshi American Police Association (BAPA) held its third Annual Dinner on Friday, November 17, in Jackson Heights, Queens. The seven honorees of the evening were
(WESTERN NEW YORK) – So-called “Union Boss” Jacqui Berger’s Amherst Town Council victory punctuated November 7’s Election Day Results in Western New York, and prompted Area AFL-CIO Labor Federation (WNYALF)
ALBANY, N.Y.—After going five years without a contract, New York State Thruway workers have reached a tentative deal.
New York, NY – Two months after a pair of hurricanes struck Puerto Rico with such sustained force that many there feared they would not survive — half the island’s
NEW YORK, N.Y.—Staff at DNAinfo/Gothamist sacked when owner Joseph Ricketts decided to close the operation rather than accept a union will receive three months of full pay and benefits plus
New York, NY – More than 300 striking bus drivers, monitors and maintenance people working for Baumann & Sons in Nassau County have begun going back to work this week,
New York, NY – On this week’s episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, Virginia Delegate-Elect Lee Carter talks about November 7’s “blue wave” and how he defied the Democratic Party