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HarperCollins workers enter new year on strike

Workers at HarperCollins Publishers entered 2023 still on strike, more than 40 days after about 250 employees at the publishing giant walked out when contract negotiations broke down in …

Unionized health-care workers paid more, study finds

Unionized health-care workers earn a higher average weekly salary and are more likely to have health-care and retirement benefits than non-unionized health-care staff, a recent study found.The …

A farewell to an elite firefighter

Family, friends and fellow firefighters assembled in St. Patrick’s R.C. Church in Bay Shore, Long Island, Thursday to bid their final goodbyes to FDNY Firefighter William P. Moon II, remembering …

Retirees’ Medicare fight has Council ally

Municipal retirees battling the city’s proposed shift to a private Medicare plan for its 250,000 retired workers have a prominent ally in the City Council. In a lengthy note she appended to a …

‘Long overdue’ report details Council workplace issues

The City Council has released a long-awaited report to its staffers on the body’s Equal Employment Opportunity policies that include recommendations on how the Council can better combat harassment …

City’s private-sector nurses OK strike

Nurses are fed up: more than 16,000 who work at private hospitals across the city and whose contracts are set to expire at the end of this month have voted to authorize a strike.Nearly 99 percent of …

NY will require companies to post pay range in job ads

Most employers across New York state must include a salary range within job postings starting next fall following pay transparency legislation recently signed into law by Governor Kathy …

Local 100's Davis rails against MTA’s ‘service adjustments’

TWU Local 100 officials sharply criticized what the MTA has described as “service adjustments” to several subway lines planned for next year. The suggested changes would add wait times from …

State legislators pass bill making them nation's best-paid

Just in time for Christmas, New York legislators returned to the state capital Thursday to give themselves a nice holiday gift: a pay raise that would make them the nation's best-paid state lawmakers.

Inspectors at city Starbucks find ‘general deficiencies’

Employees at the Starbucks Reserve Roastery in the Meatpacking District returned to work Dec. 12 following a 46-day strike that spawned when workers found mold in an ice machine and bedbugs in their …

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