When the New York State Senate passed a bill amending the sub-minimum wage for car wash workers on June 5 and the Assembly passed the same bill a day later, the state legislature sent a clear message to car wash ...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams and activist Gloria Steinem rallied at City Hall in support of paid personal time legislation.
The union representing professors and academic staff at the City University of New York picked a new place to push for a new contract: student commencements.
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance has called for its constituents to be exempt from congestion pricing.
A New York State Supreme Court Appellate decision left farmworkers ready to work.
John F. Kennedy International Airport workers have called out their employers for violating the law at their expense.
The labor community is mourning the death of Amalgamated Transit Union International President Larry Hanley.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten wants U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to practice what she preaches.
On the eve of state math tests for grades 3 through 8, the state teachers’ union wishes the tests weren’t happening in the first place.
April 28 marked Workers Memorial Day. Unions honored their fallen and released reports on the numbers of workers who’ve recently perished.
Laborers Local 924 endorsed Xamayla Rose for the upcoming May 14 special election race for New York City Council District 45.
Transit workers union officials told their constituents of someone on the loose targeting their brethren.
Airport workers from LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International Airports met with New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams to discuss paid time off legislation.
While Chicago celebrated the election of its first Black (and lesbian) mayor, the Chicago Teachers Union reminded the city of the mission at hand.
As more establishments refuse to accept cash, people without credit or debit cards are facing discrimination.