Labor

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.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo meets with construction workers during the official opening of the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in 2018.
Union leaders say they will continue to push for their legislative priorities in the coming weeks.
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Some servers aren't ready for the minimum wage to be raised.
Advocates for the restaurant industry are trying to get New York to apply the standard minimum wage to tipped workers, but some servers aren’t quite ready for the system to change.
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Lawmakers eye public works reform, elevator safety and farmworkers’ rights.
Lawmakers eye public works reform, elevator safety and farmworkers’ rights.
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Democratic leaders are eager to see if Gounardes has the right stuff to become a top-notch lawmaker.
Chairing the Committee on Civil Service and Pensions is a sweet development for the incoming legislator.
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Union workers gather to protest the use on non-union workers.
Unions take aim at public subsidies for Related Cos.’ megaproject.
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Andrew Cuomo Local 3 strike
Will Cuomo’s tactics bring about a resolution in IBEW Local 3’s standoff with Charter Spectrum.
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U.S. Supreme Court
State Sen. Fred Akshar calls for balancing of labor and business.
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Pro-union protesters rally in lower Manhattan against the U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME ruling in June.
Bob Linn and I. Daneek Miller on Janus, collective bargaining and the upcoming elections.
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Hudson Yards
The construction trades and Related Companies are at war over nonunion labor. But data behind the sector’s growth is murky.
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