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Downtown Brooklyn »

As part of his plea deal, Samuel Just, 22, has to clean the Bronx Supreme Court building.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Starting at midnight Friday, unionized members of LIU's faculty will no longer be allowed on campus.

Flushing »

A Queens outpost of the famed Chinese monastery claims its instructors are monks exempt from wage laws.

Upper East Side »

Employees of Dylan's Candy Bar protest for higher hourly wages and more hours since July.  

SoHo »

Producers on shows such as "Pawn Stars" can work 80 hours a week without benefits, workers said.

Chelsea »

Owners say the layoffs are due to Sandy, but employees claim bosses used the storm to get rid of them.

New York City »

Fast food workers from Wendy's, McDonalds, and Burger King want $15 per hour and the right to unionize.

New York City »

Construction jobs were the lowest since 1999, but wages will soon top $70K, a report said.

Midtown & Theater District »

The company's contract with its workers is set to expire one week from today.

Manhattan »

A hearing was held to consider whether developers who receive big city grants should pay workers higher wages.

Manhattan »

The comptroller has released a report that says that city workers' benefit costs are similar to other large employers.

Manhattan »

Manhattan had the largest increase in weekly wages in the nation, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Disgruntled workers at Mario Batali's Meatpacking District restaurant, Del Posto, took to the streets on Wednesday.

Downtown »

A 21.5 percent drop in Wall Street wages could have a devastating affect on the local economy, according to a new report.