Criticism of police unions have gotten louder and louder. This week, some of those criticisms have come from other unions.
Protests over police brutality rocked the country this past week and labor unions weren’t exempt.
Registered nurses at 15 HCA hospitals in six states will raise their voices in unison against their employer’s latest actions.
As the Empire State takes its first tentative steps toward reopening the economy, nothing is more important than ensuring we do it the right way.
Transit agencies around the country, along with several unions, hope new transit funding lessens their burden during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Police Benevolent Association, the Sergeants Benevolent Association and the Detectives’ Endowment Association have called for the firing of New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot over comments she made during a phone conversation with NYPD Chief of Department ...
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has made a name for herself during her short time in Washington, D.C. If labor unions have their way, she’ll be in Congress for a while.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, unions want to hold elections, one way or another.
CUNY faculty members want to curtail layoffs. Some of them are willing to withhold grades to do it.
A couple of unions believe President Donald Trump’s administration made the road for sexual assault survivors narrower and more difficult.
Frontline transportation workers will have first access to coronavirus tests.
Security officers at homeless shelters around the city have filed formal complaints with the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection.
Macy’s announcement that it wanted to go ahead with its July 4th fireworks display in the midst of this pandemic should be disturbing to all New Yorkers for several reasons.
Facing consistently bad work conditions, Amazon workers staged a “sick out” protesting the online retail giant’s assistance (or lack thereof) with making their jobs safer.
Workers at two luxury apartment buildings staged a day-long walkout from their jobs protesting mistreatment, salaries and benefits this past Thursday, April 16.