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Jul 21, 2017 | News Story

Union workers at Waldner’s, one of the city’s largest office furniture companies, continued their fight against the company this week.
Jul 21, 2017 | News Story

On Thursday, New York City became the first place in the country where low-income tenants facing eviction will be guaranteed an attorney.
Jul 21, 2017 | News Story

On Thursday, the Hotel and Motel Trades Council held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its


Jobs and Economy

Years after the official end of the recent recession, America is still in a jobs crisis. Although job growth is slowly picking up steam--with...

Health Care

Health care is a basic human right.  America’s labor movement has worked for more than a century for guaranteed high-quality health care for...

Retirement Security

Fewer employers today provide defined-benefit pensions for their workers—and among those that do, many are offering “defined-contribution” (like...


#NOConCon - VOTE NO on a Constitutional Convention

A Constitutional Convention run by political special interests would cost taxpayers millions of dollars in an effort to achieve reforms that can...

#NYC1u Digital Media Training Series

Building Capacity Through Skills Training   The NYC CLC, along with our Labor and Community partners, offer trainings to members and staff on digital...

2017 NYC Labor Day Parade Important Documents

Attached below are some important documents pertaining to the 2017 NYC Labor Day Parade. Please fill out the attached Parade Coordinators,...

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