On this episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz we’re talking about food service workers at the World’s Most Famous Arena and their fight to earn a living wage; Early Childhood Education Teachers in NYC and their fight for pay parity with their DOE counterparts; and the exciting new ways local labor unions across the country are preserving their rich histories. Co-hosts Bill and Joe also give their take on the latest labor news.


3 thoughts on “Latest Buzz: MSG Food Service Workers Contract Fight; Pay Parity For Early Childhood Education Teachers, Union Histories And More!”

  1. Thank you very much for covering the very important issue of the Prek pay disparity in NYC! Please keep it up! Thank you for the support!

  2. Valerie Agostini

    We really appreciate the support on salary parity. It is very important to ALL of the early childhood educators in NYC. More noise needs to happen for people to begin to hear our cries. We will continue to do our job to the fullest, however, we will not let go of this inequality in pay and benefits among early childhood educators! Thank you!

  3. District Council 1707 is thankful for the light being shed on this serious matter regarding wage parity for our community based teachers & staff. We hope that dialogue continues and our voices prevail in the inevitable goal of equality with the DOE.
    In Solidarity, DC 1707, AFSCME. We Care. We Count. We’re Proud!

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