New York City Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Vilda Vera Mayuga today announced that the City of New York has set a first-of-its-kind minimum pay rate for app-based restaurant delivery workers.
Today, a coalition of workers, community groups, labor unions, and business leaders launched a new campaign to increase the minimum wage across New York State and ensure it never falls behind again.
With a Target in East Harlem, we love to hear that they are raising the bar on hourly wages.
In an unprecedented show of support and solidarity, almost 1,000 employees of nonprofit organizations performing vital services under contracts with New York City.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced an agreement with airline service company Eulen America (Eulen) for failing to reimburse employees from Harlem to Hawaii.
President Biden issued an executive order early Tuesday that calls for workers on federal contracts to be paid a $15 minimum wage.
Target announced on Wednesday that it’s permanently bumping its minimum wage to $15 per hour beginning July 5, 2020.
Democrats in the House passed a measure to raise the minimum wage from the current $7.25 an hour to $15 reports Consumer Affairs.
With a number of Bank of America’s in Harlem, Bank of America recently earned a spot on LinkedIn’s annual Top Companies list, has announced that it will be raising its minimum hourly wage to $20 an hour over the next two years.
On Tuesday, New York City’s Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) passed new minimum wage requirements for drivers working for ridesharing companies such as Uber and Lyft. Going forward, drivers will be paid $17.22 per hour.
Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Lorelei Salas and staff, as well as representatives from the City Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) and Small Business Services (SBS), visited businesses from Harlem To Hollis today to educate businesses about the upcoming increase in the state minimum wage.
Discount retailer Target Corp located in East Harlem has started raising employee wages to a minimum of $10 an hour, its second hike in a year, pressured by a competitive job market and labor groups calling for higher wages at retail chains, sources said.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, Senate Independent Democratic Conference Leader Jeffrey Klein, and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie today announced an agreement on the 2016-17 state budget.
Congressman Charles B. Rangel highlighted a new study released by Oxfam America, an esteemed international relief and development organization, showing the real benefits that raising the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour would have for workers in states and congressional districts across the country like Harlem.
Charter Communications, today announced it is now offering a minimum starting wage of $20 an hour including target commissions for all employees across its 41-state service area.