SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University in Brooklyn is at severe risk of closure, after a Jan. 16 announcement by SUNY Chancellor John B. King Jr. in January. The “safety net”
Category: Health and Safety
Leah Rambo’s career in construction trades started by intersecting with a little-known labor program aimed at supporting women getting into the construction trades. Now it’s come full circle. Rambo recently
If one of your health plan participants recently underwent surgery, visited an emergency room, or stayed in the hospital, chances are good your plan and member have been overcharged for
Six service workers in a Chelsea condo walked off the job Thursday on a 24-hour strike after the building owner canceled their health insurance in December without notice. The move
On Friday, Feb. 2, Juan Jose Coc, a construction worker, married and with a child, fell to his death in Jersey City. Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and other politicians
A new report from the National Partnership for Women and Families (NPWF) has shown that Black and Latina women are responsible for some of the recent and biggest labor gains.
A landmark ruling may change college sports forever. On Feb. 5, the NLRB ruled that basketball players at Dartmouth College are school employees. That means they can hold a union