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Ironworkers Call Out L.I. Hospital for Hiring Company with a History of Wage Theft

OCEANSIDE, N.Y.—Under the rubbery scowl of Scabby the Rat, about 100 union ironworkers protested outside Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital here Oct. 13, demanding that the hospital stop using a Brooklyn subcontractor with a history of cheating workers to build the steel framework for its new utility plant. The hospital is using $158 million in…

Unions Go to Court Over Trump’s Failure to Provide COVID Protection for Frontline Workers

New York, NY – Labor unions and environmental groups filed a lawsuit on Thursday, October 8, against the federal government over its failure to provide adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) to essential workers. The unions include the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), Transport Workers Union (TWU), AFL-CIO, AFT, SEIU, Association of Flight Attendants, CWA, United Food…

COVID-19’s Hidden Impact on Effective Mental Health Care

New York, NY – Irving Campbell, 41, is a registered nurse at NY-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital — and has been on the job for nearly 20 years. Campbell, a member of the New York State Nurses Association [NYSNA], previously worked in inpatient psychiatric care, in the adult psychiatric care unit.? “What brings me value in…

Airline Contractors Axed Thousands of Workers While Federal Payroll Aid Was On Way

WASHINGTON—Fifteen airline contractors that received more than $1 billion in federal aid intended to “preserve aviation jobs” laid off more than 16,000 workers while their applications for the money were pending, according to a report released Oct. 9 by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis. The companies, which provide services such as handling…

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Labor Joins Calls to Defund the Police Following the Shooting Death of Breonna Taylor

New York, NY – The grand jury verdict in the Breonna Taylor case has left many trade unionists outraged as two of the three police officers involved in the EMT’s shooting death on March 13, were not indicted, and a third received a minor charge?—?even after audio recordings were released that had conflicting statements from…

Unions Go to Court Over Trump’s Failure to Provide COVID Protection for Frontline Workers

New York, NY – Labor unions and environmental groups filed a lawsuit on Thursday, October 8, against the federal government over its failure to provide adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) to essential workers. The unions include the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), Transport Workers Union (TWU), AFL-CIO, AFT, SEIU, Association of Flight Attendants, CWA, United Food…

Ironworkers Call Out L.I. Hospital for Hiring Company with a History of Wage Theft

OCEANSIDE, N.Y.—Under the rubbery scowl of Scabby the Rat, about 100 union ironworkers protested outside Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital here Oct. 13, demanding that the hospital stop using a Brooklyn subcontractor with a history of cheating workers to build the steel framework for its new utility plant. The hospital is using $158 million in…

COVID-19’s Hidden Impact on Effective Mental Health Care

New York, NY – Irving Campbell, 41, is a registered nurse at NY-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital — and has been on the job for nearly 20 years. Campbell, a member of the New York State Nurses Association [NYSNA], previously worked in inpatient psychiatric care, in the adult psychiatric care unit.? “What brings me value in…

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Labor Joins Calls to Defund the Police Following the Shooting Death of Breonna Taylor

New York, NY – The grand jury verdict in the Breonna Taylor case has left many trade unionists outraged as two of the three police officers involved in the EMT’s shooting death on March 13, were not indicted, and a third received a minor charge?—?even after audio recordings were released that had conflicting statements from...
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Unions Go to Court Over Trump’s Failure to Provide COVID Protection for Frontline Workers

New York, NY – Labor unions and environmental groups filed a lawsuit on Thursday, October 8, against the federal government over its failure to provide adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) to essential workers. The unions include the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), Transport Workers Union (TWU), AFL-CIO, AFT, SEIU, Association of Flight Attendants, CWA, United Food...
Features, Health and Safety, Law and Politics, National, Retail, topslot, Transportation

Airline Contractors Axed Thousands of Workers While Federal Payroll Aid Was On Way

WASHINGTON—Fifteen airline contractors that received more than $1 billion in federal aid intended to “preserve aviation jobs” laid off more than 16,000 workers while their applications for the money were pending, according to a report released Oct. 9 by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis. The companies, which provide services such as handling...
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Why I am voting against hate

Reprinted: Asbury Park Press The upcoming national election for president will be critical. Do we continue down the collision course of national division, hatred, and violence? Or will we move toward equal justice, greater unity, and peace? Under President Trump, violence, confrontations, and crime in the streets of our cities has increased. At the first...
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Barrett Nomination Looms Ominous for Labor Law

WASHINGTON—Judge Amy Coney Barrett, nominated to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by President Donald Trump Sept. 25, is expected to be an active anti-labor vote if confirmed, despite her limited judicial record. “Judge Barrett’s record demonstrates a clear disdain for workers’ rights, and her confirmation would push the most corporate-friendly Supreme...
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