Category: Law and Politics
Union Carpenter Billy Haig Shares What’s Behind The Building Of The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
New York, NY – The huge, stunning Christmas tree that appears each year at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, is seen by millions each year,
About 21,000 children from asylum-seeking families have enrolled in NYC public schools. Now, the city has to contend with their needs for bilingual teachers. There is a conflict, however. As
ABA To Hold 23rd Annual Reception: Featuring Honoree Janella T. Hinds; Guest Speaker Hon. Kirsten Gillibrand
New York, NY – The Association of Benefit Administrators, Inc. (ABA), provides a forum for administrators and their professionals, consultants, and vendor partners to share concerns, potential strategies and solutions.
NYC politicians and advocates are speaking out against the Adams administration’s recent elimination of a class of school safety agents. The training of 250 agents was set to start at
The New York City Ballet and Local 802 of the AFM, which represents the Ballet’s orchestra, have finally reached a tentative deal for a new contract. It is the first
Fed up with Mount Sinai administrators’ failures in the bargaining process over their first contract, postdoctoral workers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have set a Dec.
LaborPress held its Labor Leadership Awards On November 28 at the Teamsters Local 282 union hall in Lake Success, Long Island to honor four key figures in New York state