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Delivery app workers get added protections

Food delivery workers in New York City can now set limits on how far they are willing to travel, must be given details about routes, pay and tips before they accept an order, and must be paid at least once a week.

More than 80 educators working in city public schools were placed on unpaid leave April 25 for allegedly submitting fake Covid-19 vaccination cards, prompting the United Federation of Teachers to take legal action against the Department of Education.

A year into a strike at Brooklyn’s United Metro Energy oil terminal, Teamsters-backed workers at the company are calling on the city to cancel its multi-million-dollar contract with the John …

FDNY firefighter dies in Brooklyn house fire

An FDNY firefighter was killed Sunday afternoon after becoming trapped in a house fire he and his fellow Bravest were working to put out in Brooklyn's Canarsie neighborhood, officials …

Legislation would close loopholes cited by cops when declining release of records

Just over a year ago, following protracted court battles, the disciplinary records of tens of thousands of past and current police officers, firefighters and correction officers were released and …

Former judge gets 15 months for embezzlement coverup

A former Brooklyn Supreme Court justice was sentenced to 15 months in prison for obstructing a federal investigation of embezzlement at the Municipal Credit Union, the Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s …

One February morning, demolition workers at the Terminal Warehouse project construction site in Chelsea arrived to find a Spanish-language flier setting a bounty on 22 of their co-workers. It offered …

Building workers reach tentative contract deal, averting strike

32BJ of the Service Employees International Union reached a four-year tentative contract agreement with the Realty Advisory Board, averting a proposed strike one day before the pact that covers …

School stabbing renews calls for more safety agents

After a school safety agent and a teacher were stabbed while defending a guidance counselor at a Bronx elementary school, unions representing teachers and principals called on the city to restore …

Second Amazon facility on Staten Island to vote on unionization

Following the Amazon Labor Union’s famous win at a neighboring facility early this month, a second Amazon warehouse facility in Staten Island is set to hold their union vote the week of April …

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