Labor

Construction workers
Should construction workers get paid more for projects that get tax breaks?
Former Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins testifying to Congress for the wage-and-hour bill, to eliminate sweatshop conditions, in June, 1937.
A century ago, the worker rights advocate launched a game-changing career in government.
A farm worker carries a bucket filled with green chiles.
Unlikely allies join forces – and dust off a playbook from the past.
Uber app.
Both labor and industry are fighting the 11th-hour legislation.
Union members rally outside of New York's capitol building in Albany on June 11.
There are three ways lawmakers are trying to bridge their differences on a proposed expansion of the prevailing wage.
The New York State Senate.
Everything you need to know, as the session's end grows nearer.
A farm located in New York's Catskills.
Unions are also lobbying for expanded prevailing wages and addressing the gig economy.
Inside the trial room at 1 Police Plaza
What’s happening to the cop accused of killing Eric Garner?
Bartenders are among the many different workers not eligible for the $15 minimum wage in New York.
Cuomo touts the state’s $15 wage, but many workers are still waiting. And some may not benefit.
Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Hochul speaking during Governor Andrew Cuomo's inauguration for his third term.
The lieutenant governor on upstate economic development and women’s rights in the workplace.
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