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 steady private sector job creation--we still have a long way to go. Job losses came on top of decades of inadequate job growth, wage stagnation and growing inequality. The U.S. economy is increasingly imbalanced, with the top 1 percent holding more than 40 percent of the nation’s wealth.
The AFL-CIO is ready to work with anyone—business, government, investors—who wants to create good jobs and help restore America's middle class and challenge policies that stand in the way of giving America the chance to go back to work. The union movement is partnering with such organizations as the Clinton Global Initiative to find innovative ways to create good jobs that support workers and their families.
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The anti-union judicial threat is upon us. We need to approach this with the same urgency as we do when we are organizing a non-union employer. What do many of the best member engagement models have in common?
Please join us as we stand with the members of Local 338 RWDSU/UFCW who are fighting for their first union contract with CVS.
On Thursday, the NYC CLC once again partnered with the United Federation of Teachers to hold the second annual Future in Focus: Exploring College and Careers fair yesterday to highlight the many opportunities that exist for high school students post graduation.
Members of the Legal Services Staff Association (LSSA) working
This week, NYCCLC President Vincent Alvarez participated in a panel discussion hosted by IBEW Local 3 and Queens County Young Democrats (QCYD).