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.
As COVID-19 cases continue to skyrocket in the United States, unions representing 230,000 nurses across the country have joined forces to demand hospitals and the government act now to give nurses optimal personal protective equipment (PPE)—including N95 respirators or higher—a ...
Last winter, the New Jersey Department of Labor determined that Uber drivers are state employees and not independent contractors.
Indeed, in all of this darkness, there are many examples of the best of people on display. Health care professionals, first responders, transit workers, to name just a few, are among those who risk their lives to save the life ...
Workers believe Maximus has insufficiently protected them at the workplace.
Contracted airport workers and unionized airport pilots can rest easy.
The airline companies might see some relief, but workers want a piece of the action.
COVID-19 cost you your job? A few places want to hire you.
Chipotle employees have fought several battles with the fast-food company the past few years. They’re now engaged in another one.