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Chipotle Mexican Grill will pay $20 million to about 13,000 current and former workers at its New York City restaurants for violating city labor laws, Mayor Eric Adams announced Tuesday.Investigators …

The New York state Department of Health has projected a shortage of nearly 40,000 nurses across the state by 2030. To address the worsening staffing crisis among health-care workers, Governor Kathy …

CSEA says yes to 5-year deal

Members of the Civil Service Employee Association, one of New York State’s largest public-employee unions, have overwhelmingly voted in favor of a new five-year collective bargaining agreement with …

Contract impasse for ferry crews, but union denies sickout

A number of Staten Island Ferry captains and other mariners did not show up for work for at least two days last week, creating massive disruptions for 75,000 daily commuters and leading Mayor Eric …

Teamsters push for fair UPS contract

The contract for more than 350,000 United Parcel Service workers doesn’t expire until the end of July 2023. But International Brotherhood of Teamsters locals across the country have already begun …

DSNY enforcement agents file pay, discrimination suit

A number of the city’s Strongest have filed a class-action suit claiming that the Department of Sanitation and the city have discriminated against them based on their gender and their race by …

City cops leaving in record numbers

City cops are leaving at a rate not seen in years, with the NYPD down to 34,422 officers as of earlier this month, the lowest, by average headcount, in more than decade. Significantly, 909 …

As the legal battle between the city and public-school parents and teachers over school budget cuts continues, the city comptroller’s office found in its year-end analysis of the last fiscal year …

In a first for the Trader Joe’s grocery chain, a majority of workers at its Hadley, Massachusetts, location voted in favor of a fully independent union. In the two-day election held by the National …

Burning up: UPS workers rally to get AC in trucks

During the recent heat wave that scorched New York City, with temperatures exceeding 90 degrees, several United Parcel Service workers suffered from heat exhaustion as they drove in delivery trucks …

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