Charter Communications, Inc. today announced it has reached a key milestone in its commitment to raising its minimum starting wage to $20 an hour for all employees in 2022.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a law that will gradually raise New York’s minimum wage to $15. Cuomo and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton marked the occasion Monday at a Manhattan rally with labor leaders and workers.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams today celebrated a win for working New Yorkers with two rulings from the Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division.
Today, One Fair Wage, a national nonprofit that advocates on behalf of workers earning the tipped subminimum wage.
When you’re gearing up for a big night, one question always remains – what am I going to wear?
CVS has announced that it will raise its hourly minimum wage for workers from $11 to $15 over the course of the next year.
Olive Garden had a restaurant on 125th Street in Harlem that closed in, but these days wages became a hot topic this week.
Wednesday, September 25th, 2019, uptown Council Members Ydanis Rodriguez and Mark Levine were joined by Airline Catering Workers and their unions for a rally to call for dignified wages and access to quality and affordable health insurance for catering airline workers.
Patch reports that opponents of a proposal to hike wages for tipped New York workers say Sarah Jessica Parker should stick to the screen.
The operators of 10 Domino’s franchise locations have agreed to pay $480,000 to their workers in back pay, according to a settlement announced by the New York attorney general from Harlem to .
The state’s attorney general has sued Domino’s Pizza Inc., affiliates and three franchisees alleging they underpaid workers based on payroll reports generated by the parent company’s computer system.
NY Eater reports that the New York State Restaurant Association is trying to convince Andrew Cuomo to pump the brakes on wage hikes from Harlem to Hollis.
For these fast-food workers (from McDonald’s, etc.,) in Harlem, N.Y., the change can’t come soon enough.
More than 1,000 low-wage workers from around the city joined hands today with interfaith clergy members and labor officials for a historic “Faith and Justice” walk to Harlem’s Riverside Church, urging Albany to let cities around the state to set their own minimum wages.
Today, the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS), LaGuardia Community College, and Lehman College celebrated.