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Upper West Side »

Book Culture Employees Fired for Unionizing, Labor Complaint Says

Five employees were fired after voting in favor of joining a local union, they said.

Gramercy »

Beth Israel Says Medical Residents Are Not 'Competent' Enough to Unionize

The East Side hospital says its residents can't perform basic tasks without an attending physician.

Civic Center »

NYPD Union Blasts de Blasio Offer of No Retroactive Raises Despite UFT Deal

Patrolmen's Benevolent Association president Pat Lynch blasted the city's offer of no raises.

Midtown »

Strike Forces Carnegie Hall to Cancel Opening Night for First Time Ever

A strike by stagehands forced the hall to remain shuttered Wednesday.

Midtown »

Fast Food Workers Rally for Higher Pay in Day of Protests

Workers from McDonald's, Burger King and other chains rallied to demand better labor conditions.

Chelsea »

Service Employees Union Endorses Corey Johnson For Quinn's Council Seat

Johnson is facing Yetta Kurland and Alexander Meadows in the upcoming primary.

New York City »

After Month-Long Strike, School Buses Will Be Rolling Wednesday

Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said he expects all buses to be back on the road Wednesday.

Elmhurst »

Unions Back Proposed MLS Stadium in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

Arguing that development will create jobs, three labor unions have come out in support of an MLS stadium.

Civic Center »

Union Unveils Bloody MTA MetroCards in Push for Slowdown

The cards are part of a campaign to slow trains as they enter stations, following a rash of deaths.

New York City »

School Bus Driver Strike Continues for Second Day

Two men were arrested Wednesday as the Amalgamated Transit Union kicked off their strike, police said.

New York City »

School Bus Strike Leaves 150,000 Kids Looking for New Way to School

Tens of thousands of parents tried to find other routes to school Wednesday morning.

New York City »

School Buses Running Monday Morning, But Strike Still Looms, Officials Warn

School bus drivers were on the roads Monday morning, but could still strike later this week.

New York City »

Ex-FDNY EMT Working to Unify City's Emergency Workers

Walter Adler hopes to create a citywide EMS advocacy organization.

New York City »

Con Ed Ends Lockout Ahead of Severe Thunderstorm

Con Ed had announced it would allow workers to return to their posts before a storm slams New York.

Union Square »

Thousands of Locked Out Con Ed Workers Rally as Labor Talks Resume

Con Ed workers rallied Thursday at company headquarters as leaders headed back to the bargaining table.