A string of new prosecutions highlight how organized crime is targeting the nonunion builders of tens of millions of dollars in projects.
Swissport employees allege they are exposed to health and safety dangers inside and outside planes.
The pending agreement would pay the public Queens hospital’s residents as much as their Upper East Side private peers.
The Black jobless rate of 12.2% is nine times the white unemployment level, a far wider gap than elsewhere in the U.S.
The Reserve Roastery employees’ petition to decertify, which is pending a vote, comes days after workers in Rochester and Buffalo also moved to eject Starbucks Workers United.
You need a license to lead paid tours in New York City. Get ready to take a 150-question exam before you take a group of tourists out on the town.
Actions pre-approved by interns and residents who staff three Queens hospitals could see physicians walk off the job in New York City for the first time in a generation.
The case against Odessa Safety comes after undercover agents reported they exchanged cash for documents that falsely certified they received 40 hours of required safety training.
The Essex Crossing location is poised to be the grocery chain’s first in the city to organize, following failed campaigns at two other NYC locations.
A hearing on the battle for a minimum wage standard for food-delivery services’ couriers got heated with accusations of misinformation and corporate shenanigans.
Trailblazing labor group Los Deliveristas Unidos loses leaders over fears that a pay boost measure could backfire, stoked by the major delivery apps.
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The city’s 250,000 retirees will switch to a controversial privatized healthcare plan managed by Aetna after Mayor Eric Adams signed a deal endorsed by the major public sector unions earlier this month. Groups representing retirees said they intend to sue to stop it — again.
As crews complain low pay rates lead to understaffing and service disruptions, Lander’s decision could yield $300K per worker in back pay alone.
UFT president feels pressure from members who demand a union-wide vote on the retiree health care cost savings plan he’s championing.
The Municipal Labor Committee overwhelmingly voted for a public-private partnership managed by Aetna to fulfill promised cost savings, while retired workers continued court battles.
Updated state figures show almost 4.7 million jobs, surpassing projections.
Inspectors discovered another unstable wall about to collapse, just steps from where a laborer died in Chinatown while doing demolition on Tuesday.
In a reversal, City Hall is advancing a new minimum hourly rate of $19.96, nearly $4 less than previously proposed.
Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez, who prosecuted the case, said the construction collapse that killed Luis Sánchez was a preventable tragedy.
The measures restrict the sale of certain types of e-bikes and the batteries that power them and ban “second-use” batteries.
The head of one union representing FDNY emergency medical technicians and paramedics said he won’t accept the mayor’s contract blueprint.
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