NEW YORK, N.Y.—Two years ago, ten union leaders at the city’s Labor Day parade identified three main themes for the labor movement: solidarity, turning back
Category: Municipal Government
ALBANY, N.Y.—Governor Kathy Hochul marked Labor Day by signing four labor-related bills, including an anti-wage-theft measure that building-trades unions had called their top legislative priority
New York, NY – Ongoing questions about Covid vaccinations still abound. Some business owners and managers are mandating employees get vaccinated or vacate their positions. Workers,
NEW YORK, N.Y.—Democratic mayoral nominee Eric Adams joined a few hundred construction workers under the Major Deegan Expressway August 23 for “a rally for good
NEW YORK, N.Y.—Mayor Bill de Blasio signed legislation Aug. 18, that will prohibit city human-service contractors from interfering with their workers’ attempts to organize unions.
New York, NY – Healthcare workers from Doctors Council SEIU, New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) and 1199 SEIU, among others, rallied at the Rikers
New York, NY – TWU Local 100, the union representing the city’s mass transit workers, is calling on the MTA to reverse automation policies that