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Chelsea »

Hundreds of works of art created by union members are on display at 32BJ SEIU's office this month.

Crown Heights »

The developer has still not committed to using union labor on the project's construction.

Williamsburg »

WeWork said it would rehire the workers it had locked out last year. Those cleaners are still jobless.

Forest Hills »

The conflict arose at Boulevard Tenants Corp. on Yellowstone Boulevard.

Bed-Stuy »

Union workers at 1711 Fulton St. in Bed-Stuy were back on the job Monday after a settlement agreement.

Chelsea »

Amalgamated Bank is the first bank to adopt the minimum wage requirements.

Bed-Stuy »

Former maintenance workers at a Bed-Stuy complex say new management threatened them and cut wages.

Bed-Stuy »

Residents and union workers protested new management after maintenance workers were fired.

Bed-Stuy »

Porters and handymen from 1711 Fulton St. protested in front of Bushburg Properties headquarters.

Upper East Side »

From lighting to booksharing, architects envision ways to make buildings better for older New Yorkers.

Concourse Village »

The unionized workers say their health insurance will expire if the co-op board does not agree to a deal.

Upper East Side »

The union dropped its support of Kellner due to allegations of sexual misconduct.

Chelsea »

Workers at the General Theological Seminary said they were canned with little notice.

Greenwich Village »

Matthew Broderick and Greenwich Village residents voiced their anger over NYU's planned expansion.

Midtown & Theater District »

Commercial office cleaners marched from Herald Square to Union Square after authorizing a strike.