News Stories

Oct 11, 2013 | News Story
Doormen at 231 Tenth Avenue walked off the job today in protest of building owners’ attempts to retaliate against workers seeking to unionize with 32BJ SEIU.  Workers at the luxury High Line building, which is owned by Vesta 24 Condominium and Argo Real Estate, filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board, but the agency’s closure due to the government shutdown is delaying the ruling...
Oct 4, 2013 | News Story
This week, the stagehands of IATSE Local One took to the streets to protest the union-busting tactics of the Carnegie Hall Corporation.  A deal between the union and Carnegie Hall Corporation was reached this afternoon.
Oct 4, 2013 | News Story
This week, members of United Here have been picketing outside of 55 Water Street, protesting the Post-Sandy layoffs of more than 50 workers. 
Oct 2, 2013 | News Story
On Tuesday, Labor and community coalition “Transform Don’t Trash NYC” gathered at City Hall to unveil a new report, highlighting the need to reform waste collection throughout the City’s five boroughs. The 21 page report outlined the safety, health, and economic hazards posed by the current methods of waste collection, and made recommendations to increase recycling within the city.
 
Oct 1, 2013 | News Story
 
Sep 6, 2013 | News Story
A group of mayoral candidates have signed on to a letter urging NYU President Sexton to respect the majority choice of graduate, research, and teaching assistants for the union representing NYU and NYU-Poly. A majority of the group has chosen UAW representation. Click below to see the letter.
Sep 6, 2013 | News Story
This week, the NYC CLC kicked-off our 2013 Labor GOTV Week, aimed at supporting Comptroller Candidate Scott Stringer, and City Council candidates in all five boroughs.  Members of our affiliated unions came out in great numbers to take part in labor walks, phone-banking, and visibility, aimed at reaching their fellow union voters. On Tuesday, we gathered in Harlem to support Stringer and Council...
Sep 6, 2013 | News Story
Pat Dolan, President of Steamfitters Local 638 Construction accidents are a concern in a major city like New York. When you’re dealing with steel beams, massive pipes, electrical lines, scaffolding or welding equipment tens of stories above street level, every day can present a danger.
Aug 22, 2013 | News Story
  Alpine Painting and Sandblasting, a painting contractor, is inconsistent in paying workers in accordance with area standards. We take the fair payment of labor seriously, especially when contractors like Alpine Painting undermine the hard working men and women of our communities. Efforts to undercut workers are unlawful, and they erode area standards.
Aug 21, 2013 | News Story
Union members help to provide vital services to our throughout our city.  Their professionalism and skill help to ensure that the union label is widely recognized as a standard of quality, professionalism, and service.  This commitment was made evident yesterday when Plumbers Local 1 member David Justino came to the aid of British tourist, Sian Green, who was seriously injured when a cab jumped a...