The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division wants to change how employers calculate overtime, but attorneys general are pushing back against possible consequences.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a bill that will expand guaranteed prevailing wages to building service workers.
This week, NLRB Region 15 issued a complaint against Maximus Federal Services, Inc. for violating federal labor law at its call center earlier this year.
Last week, the New York City Council passed Intro 1574 to reform the city’s private carting industry.
U.S. Senator and Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders met with 32BJ officials
Last week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, labor activists and other elected officials celebrated two years of a law designed to curtail wage theft.
Livery cab drivers feel like they’re in danger of becoming extinct.
Building service workers at affordable housing developments are now ensured jobs with a prevailing wage and benefits.
Owners of a Brooklyn warehouse will have to pay out for wage theft.
It took long enough, but the Professional Staff Congress finally has a new contract.
Chicago Teachers Union officials said their bargaining team won’t leave the table until they’ve reached a tentative agreement with Chicago Public Schools.
The latest attempt by President Donald Trump’s administration to curb immigration has drawn the ire of organized labor.
Drivers of ride-sharing businesses want to unionize and organizations want the law to take them to task.
The Chicago Teachers Union and the City of Chicago continued contract negotiations this week while schools remained closed.
Verizon Wireless workers and elected officials want the telecommunications giant to quash racial discrimination in their midst.