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60 million non-union workers in the U.S. say they would join a union if given the chance, but many don’t know where to begin. The Worker Organizing Resource and Knowledge (WORK) Center, launched this week by the U.S.
U.S. Secretary of Labor, AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer, and NYS Labor Commissioner to Lead NYC Labor Day Parade on 140th Anniversary
For Immediate Release
August 11, 2022
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Union members worked together across the labor movement to win many important victories for working people last year.
Last week the NYC CLC was honored to host a visit with trade unionist Anne Krueger of the BPO Industry Employee Network (BIEN), which works for the rights and welfare of business process outsourcing industry employees in the Phi
At the 29th AFL-CIO Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia this week, delegates elected Liz Shuler to serve as President of the federation of 57 unions and 12.5 million members. Shuler is the first woman to hold the office in the history of the labor federation.
Members of the Housing Works Union held a worker speak-out across the street from Housing Works’ annual Design on a Dime fundraiser this week, highlighting the many issues that remain unresolved in contract negotiations.
On March 14th, VA Secretary Denis McDonough issued recommendations destined for review by the Asset and Infrastructure Review (AIR) Commission, a board created by the 2018 VA MISSION Act, a bill designed to promote vast privatization of VA healthcare. If approved, Sec.
Over the past month, thousands of union members across NYC and the nation signed petitions, wrote letters and called our senators. And now…we celebrate!
The Actors Fund is excited to spread the word about new rent-stabilized, upscale apartments for moderate and middle-income households along the waterfront in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
On Sunday, more than a thousand New Yorkers including City and State University of New York students, faculty, staff and support