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‘Historic' Project Labor Agreements To Provide Union Jobs To Low-Income & Minority New Yorkers - The Agreements, Part Of The Community Hiring NYC Initiative, Will Also Provide Access To Union Apprenticeships

Published on Friday, August 14, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - New York City has entered into a "historic" Project Labor Agreement (PLA) with the city’s Unionized Building and Construction Unions to provide Union jobs and access to Union Apprenticeships to low-income and minority New Yorkers on city projects as part of the Community Hiring NYC initiative, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced. De more»

“It’s Shown Me That ‘If You Put Your Mind To It, You Can Actually Do It’” - New York City Transit Workers Complete Three-Year Skilled Trades Apprentice Program

Published on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - On July 29th, 17 Transit Workers were awarded certificates attesting to their completion of three-year Apprenticeships in Skilled Trade Titles within New York City Transit. The certificates were awarded by Transit Workers Union (TWU) Local 100 President Tony Utano, Training and Upgrading Fund Director Charles Jenkins, in conjunction more»

Bookstore Fight Suggests COVID Workplace Safety Issues Are Growing Story

Published on Monday, August 10, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - When The Strand alerted its Employees it was reopening on June 22nd, managers sent re-hired Workers a three-page safety plan ahead of their return to the iconic Greenwich Village Bookstore. “I looked at it and I said, well, ‘they’re taking it seriously enough,’” said Employee Bill Magee, a Member of United more»

LABOR NEWS UPDATE: Union-Represented Columbia University Front Line Workers ‘Avoid’ An Authorized Strike By Reaching A New Contract Agreement

Published on Friday, August 7, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - It looks like there won't be a Strike at Columbia University after the Union representing more than 600 Maintenance Workers, Electricians, Plumbers, Painters and Security Officers employed at four Columbia University Campuses announced the two sides have agreed in principle on a two-year contract. After months of negotiations, TWU Local more»

Nurses In New York City Join Nationwide ‘Call For Proper Protections Against COVID-19’

Published on Thursday, August 6, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) – “We ‘need to have proper’ PPE (Personal Protection Equipment),” long-time Nurse Stephanie McGrath said at a small lunch-hour rally outside the Veterans Administration hospital on East 23rd Street Wednesday (August 5th). “The VA (Veterans Administration) supplies ‘are below standards.’” more»

Video Game Workers ‘Speak Out’ About Treatment ‘Amid Industry’s Record’ Sales

Published on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 in New York City Labor News
With people cooped up at home, video game sales have spiked up almost 20% over a year ago - but against the backdrop of growing earnings, the industry is facing a reckoning over how it treats Workers. The business of making video games is often a passion project, said Dmitri Williams, an Associate Professor of Communication at the University of Southern more»

‘Working In Power’ - Former Airport Employee ‘Rises Above’ Anti-Union Bosses

Published on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(QUEENS, NEW YORK) – St. John’s University Journalism Major Giovahn Dejoie, 19, had high hopes when he moved to Queens and started working at Eulen American in the Fall of 2019, but less than four months into his job as a JFK Airport Baggage Handler, Dejoie started to see red flags: “One of the ‘first things was pushing two more»

The Hazard ‘Isn’t Over’ - Front Line Workers ‘Urge’ The Public ‘To Support Them In Their Fight For More’ COVID-19 Protections

Published on Sunday, August 2, 2020 in New York City Labor News Editor’s Note: Want to support Essential Front Line Workers? Wear a mask in public and push your U.S. Senators to back Hazard Pay and other vital protections for all those helping to keep the Nation running. Pictured above: Stop & Shop Employee and Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU)/United Food & Commercial more»

Union-Represented Columbia University Maintenance Workers, Security Guards Authorize Strike & It Could Impact Students' Fall Return

Published on Friday, July 31, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Aramis Palma cleans and disinfects buildings at Columbia University. It’s a position that’s become much more important because of the Coronavirus. “It’s ‘wonderful.’ ‘I love my job,’” Palma says. “We are ‘essential, essential’ personnel." But Palma’s among more»

New NYU Study Looks At How COVID-19 Spread Amongst Transit Workers

Published on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - New York University’s (NYU) Public Health School has announced it is beginning a series of studies to evaluate how the COVID-19 virus spread among the City’s Transit Workers and the effectiveness of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) actions to limit their exposure to the virus. “This ‘will be more»

Labor Perspective From Former New York Times Labor Reporter Steven Greenhouse: COVID-19 ‘Puts Workers In Danger.’ ‘It's Another Reason We Need’ Unions

Published on Sunday, July 26, 2020 in New York City Labor News
The Guardian Editor’s Note: Steven Greenhouse is a Journalist and Author, focusing on Organized Labor and the workplace. He is the author of Beaten Down, Worked Up: The Past, Present, and Future of American Labor In May, Workers at a McDonald’s in San Francisco said that when they asked their employer for masks, they were told to use coffee more»

Airport Workers - Majority Black & Immigrant – ‘On Path To Win Health Care’ As State Legislature ‘Passes Historic’ Bill, ‘Healthy Terminals Act’ To Bring Health Care To As Many As 25,000 Essential Front Line Workers

Published on Friday, July 24, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(ALBANY, NEW YORK) - As many as 25,000 Airport Workers, including predominantly Black and Immigrant Wheelchair Attendants, Security Officers, Cabin and Terminal Cleaners, and other sub-contracted Airport Workers at JFK and LaGuardia Airports are a signature from away from Governor Andrew Cuomo from winning life-saving Health Care Benefits. After a long, more»

‘Demanding An End’ To Systemic Racism ‘And The Immediate Passage’ Of The HEROES Act, New York City Unions Challenge A ‘Three-Pronged Crisis In Donald Trump’s America’ That’s ‘Gripping’ Workers

Published on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) – Angry Trade Unionists on the front lines of the on-going Coronavirus Pandemic stood up earlier this week against the “three-pronged crisis” gripping Workers in Donald Trump’s America, demanding an end to systemic racism and the immediate passage of the HEROES (Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency more»

Whatever Happened To Hazard Pay? - Some Democrats Are Mounting A Last-Ditch Effort To Secure Extra Pay For Essential Workers, But It Doesn’t Look Promising

Published on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 in New York City Labor News
The only curve the U.S. has managed to flatten during the Coronavirus Pandemic is wage growth for Essential Workers. Many Front Line Employees in grocery stores and other essential businesses received hazard pay increases at the start of the crisis, but most of those temporary pay bumps have since been phased out, which effectively amounts to a pay cut for more»

New York City Teachers Union Head ‘Vows’ Schools ‘Won't Reopen If They Deem It Unsafe’

Published on Friday, July 17, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Though New York City's Public School Reopening Plan was released by the city, with tweaks for a "blended model" still under way, the head of the powerful Teachers Union remains skeptical of the plan: Michael Mulgrew says any school that falls short of the Union's expectations toward safety will not reopen. His comments came the day after more»

Transit Workers Union Local 100 Calls For ‘Eagle Teams’ To Enforce Mask Rule Following Vicious Attack On Bus Operator

Published on Thursday, July 16, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - The Coronavirus crisis is putting everyone at risk, but that’s especially true for Front Line Workers - like those who work in Mass Transit, where more than 130 Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Workers have succumbed to COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic in January. Now, MTA Workers face a new threat: angry more»

MTA Bus Driver Who Survived COVID-19 ‘Predicts Another Lockdown’ For New York City & Holds President Trump ‘Directly Responsible’ For His Sister’s Death

Published on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(QUEENS, NEW YORK) - Come August, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has plans to install protective barriers on buses before resuming front door service and fare collections - Bus Operators, however, remain dubious as COVID-19 continues to gallop across the rest of the country. Joseph Branch (pictured above) is on the Executive Board of more»

Unions ‘Blast’ MTA Consultant's Virus Report As 'Whitewash' Of Its Failings

Published on Monday, July 13, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - The Unions representing tens of thousands of Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Workers are blasting the findings of a consultant lauding the agency for its response to the COVID-19 Virus that has so far killed 132 of their colleagues, with one major Labor Leader terming it "revisionist history." "The MTA took early, proactive, more»

Workers ‘Demand’ New York State ‘Force’ Employers ‘To Provide On-The-Job Protections’ As Reopening Progresses

Published on Sunday, July 12, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(QUEENS, NEW YORK) - Last week, a cross-section of Essential Workers gathered in Jackson Heights, Queens - one of the hardest hit communities during the Coronavirus Pandemic, to demand New York State pass new legislation compelling employers to provide them with necessary protective gear as New York City enters Phase 3 of its re-opening plan. more»

Social Distancing Challenges New York City Carpenters ‘Trying To Work Safe’ During COVID-19 Crisis

Published on Thursday, July 9, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - “Construction ‘is a very difficult job to do social distancing on,’” New York City District Council of Carpenters President Paul Capurso tells LaborPress, but as the construction industry recovers from its epidemic-peak nadir, the Union is relying on protective gear and education to keep its Members safe. more»

At The Center Of A Pandemic: IBEW Members In New York City ‘Endure The Latest Test Of Their City’s Resilience’

Published on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Crises are a calling for the Brothers and Sisters of New York City International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 3. They were on the front lines when the towers fell, when Hurricane Sandy wreaked destruction, when other states and nations have cried out for help after storms and earthquakes – but nothing prepared them more»

“Workers Deserve Hazard Pay” – Front-Line Train Conductor Says Metropolitan Transportation Authority ‘Should Have Shut The System Down For 2 To 4 Weeks’

Published on Tuesday, July 7, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Vincent Clementoni, a Member of Transit Workers Union (TWU) Local 100, is approaching his seventh year on the job. LaborPress spoke with him to learn about his daily working life and the challenges he faces in the era of Coronavirus. Originally from Brooklyn, where he grew up in Park Slope, the 50-year-old Clementoni (pictured below) now more»

Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association Says New NYC Budget Could Ax 1 Out Of Every 15 City Workers

Published on Monday, July 6, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - The Coronavirus-austerity budget passed by the City Council on July 1st could result in one out of every 15 City Workers being laid off if labor costs aren’t cut by $1 billion within three months and the Unions representing them aren’t happy about that. “That’s a ‘thank you we get for fighting the more»

32BJ SEIU: “We Are ‘Here To Demand Justice For Airport Workers.’” - New York City Airport Workers ‘Still Without’ Health Care ‘After Massive Industry Bailout’

Published on Sunday, July 5, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(QUEENS, NEW YORK) – Dozens of Airport Workers who are Members of 32BJ Service Employees International Union (SEIU) participated in a social distancing outdoor rally that was held in the simmering heat at the Katch Astoria Gastropub & Bar in Queens late last week to advocate for the Healthy Terminals Act. Since the Coronavirus Pandemic hit the more»

IUPAT District Council 9 Members ‘Volunteer Their Time & Skills’ To Repair Damaged Minority-Owned Storefronts In The Bronx

Published on Friday, July 3, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(THE BRONX, NEW YORK) – Members of International Union of Painters & Allied Trades (IUYPAT) District Council 9 volunteered their time to repair broken storefront windows for two minority-owned local small businesses in the Bronx that were damaged during recent protests. The IUPAT Members lent their specialized skills to repair two Bronx more»

NYSNA Leader ‘Sounds Alarm’ Over ‘Draconian Cuts’ & COVID-19’s Resurgence

Published on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - The New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) is a 42,000-strong Union of Front-Line Nurses that is New York’s largest Union and Professional Association for Registered Nurses (RNs). LaborPress spoke to NYSNA President Judy Sheridan-Gonzalez to learn more about the struggles her Union’s Members are facing in the time of more»

“Slap In The Face During The Pandemic” - CSEA-Represented City Workers On Long Island Fight Layoffs

Published on Monday, June 29, 2020 in New York City Labor News
CSEA Editor’s Note: Pictured above, Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Union Members James Hodge and Greg Webster are ready for the drive thru-rally. (Photos provided by CSEA City of Long Beach Unit President John Mooney.) (LONG BEACH, LONG ISLAND) - The COVID-19 Pandemic has led to financial difficulties for many communities across the more»

32BJ SEIU Rallies Behind New York City Security Officers ‘Suffering Under Unequal Caste System’

Published on Sunday, June 28, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Chanting “Equal Pay for Equal Work,” about 60 32BJ Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Members rallied outside a Manhattan Homeless Shelter last week, demanding that privately run shelters that receive city funds pay their Security Officers the same wages that guards at city-run shelters get. “This ‘double more»

Unions ‘Blast’ New York City’s Mayor ‘For Stoking Fears’ After de Blasio ‘Threatens Huge’ Layoffs

Published on Friday, June 26, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Mayor de Blasio warned this week that without $1 billion in concessions from City Unions, he would have no choice but to lay off or furlough 22,000 Workers. Meanwhile, top Union Officials reacted angrily to his announcement, saying they got virtually no notice before he revealed that worst-case scenario. "Here’s ‘a way to more»

‘No Zeros For Heroes’ – Workers Say Metropolitan Transportation Authority Contract Stance ‘Is A Slap In The Face’ To Amalgamated Transit Union-Represented Employees ‘Who Are On The Front Lines Of The COVID-19 Pandemic’

Published on Thursday, June 25, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Hundreds of Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Members rallied in front of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Headquarters Wednesday (June 24th) because they’ve been working without a contract since May 2019 - even though the Union that represents the largest number of Employees at New York City Transit, Transit Workers more»

More Women Come Forward, Allege ‘Unchecked’ Sexual Harassment By Management Of Teenage Workers Employed At McDonald’s

Published on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Two more women who were teenagers when they worked at a McDonald’s in Lansing, Michigan have added their names to a growing Class Action Sexual Harassment Lawsuit that was first filed last Fall. In November, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed the lawsuit on behalf of former McDonald’s Worker Jenna Ries and a more»

Labor Groups Construct Virtual ‘Memorial Wall’ For Workers Lost To COVID-19 Pandemic

Published on Monday, June 22, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) – Two organizations - Jobs with Justice and UnionBase, have come together during the Coronavirus Pandemic to offer a new website:, where people can post pictures of their Co-Workers who have been lost to COVID-19. LaborPress (LP) recently talked with Jobs with Justice Executive Director Erica Smiley (ES) to more»

32BJ SEIU President Kyle Bragg On Juneteenth: “We Have To Agitate And Take To The Streets!”

Published on Sunday, June 21, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(BROOKLYN, NEW YORK) - Labor Unions - if they aren’t already in the streets following the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and so many other unarmed People of Color, need to stand with Community Activists who are confronting police brutality and “bringing the heat for change in this country.” That’s the message 32BJ more»

Black Lives Matter Movement ‘Adds Sense Of Urgency’ To New York City Justice For Janitors Observance

Published on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - 32BJ Service Employees International Union (SEIU)-represented Janitors, Doormen and Security Officers took a knee along 6th Avenue this week to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Justice for Janitors Movement. The commemoration coincides with a week’s worth of action organized by the Movement for Black Lives, which has more»

Con Ed Workers Poised To Strike On June 20th

Published on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Con Edison Workers could walk off the job on Saturday (June 20th), now that Members of the Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA) Local 1-2 have authorized a Strike against the Utility Giant. LaborPress recently sat down with UWUA President James Slevin to find out more about the challenges facing the Union, all those who have continued more»

“Substantial Wage Increases, Strong Health Benefits And Other Critical Improvements” Won In A Tentative Contract Covering More Than 570 Brooklyn & Staten Island Para-Transit Workers, Who Went Out On Strike For 13 Days

Published on Monday, June 15, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - A tentative contract has been reached to end a 13-day-old Strike by Para-Transit Workers in Brooklyn and Staten Island, Amalgamated Transit Union (ATI) Local 1181 has announced (on June 9th). The agreement with the Dallas-based contractor MV Transportation, which describes itself as the Nation’s leading provider of para-transit more»

Retail Store Re-Openings Have RWDSU Union ‘Concerned About Worker Safety’

Published on Thursday, June 11, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) – As Mayor Bill de Blasio contemplates moving up a Phase II reopening of New York City’s business community, which would include retail stores, to June 22nd instead of early July, the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) is raising some serious concerns. While this possible move would help the restaurant industry more»

Seven New York City Labor Leaders Call On Governor Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio & The City’s Police Commissioner ‘To Put A Stop To Police Brutality’

Published on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) – Seven New York City Labor Leaders have put their names on a letter calling on New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio New York Police Department Commissioner Dermot Shea to put a stop to police brutality. The seven who signed the letter were: Communications Workers of America (CWA) District 1 Vice President Dennis more»

New York City CSEA - ‘Shielding Our Heroes On The Front Lines’

Published on Monday, June 8, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Not all heroes wear capes, but they all deserve shields. In the early weeks of the COVID-19 Pandemic, with the number of Coronavirus cases skyrocketing across the state and Nation, the need for potentially lifesaving Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Front Line Essential Workers could not be quenched. In the meantime, a few more»

The Largest Union Representing Property Service Workers In The U.S. - 32BJ SEIU, Publicly Backs $1 Billion Cut To NYPD Budget

Published on Friday, June 5, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - The largest Union representing Property Service Workers in the United States in supporting the campaign to cut $1 billion from the New York Police Department (NYPD) budget following a week of often violent police suppression of Constitutionally-protected demonstrators protesting the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Supporters of more»

Unionized NYC Grocery Store Workers To Shoppers: “Please Help Us Keep Everyone Safe”

Published on Thursday, June 4, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU)-United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 338 is comprised almost entirely of Essential Workers, a great many of them helping to keep New Yorkers fed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges, Workers - especially those in grocery stores, have not backed down. more»

Public Advocate Jumaane Williams Says New York City Mayor De Blasio & Governor Cuomo ‘Have Failed The People Of New York’ And That Organized Labor ‘Has A Vital Role To Play In Helping Fill That Leadership Vacuum’

Published on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(BROOKLYN, NEW YORK) - New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo have both failed the people of New York and Organized Labor has a vital role to play in helping to fill the leadership vacuum, Public Advocate Jumaane Williams says. Williams and eight other city and state elected officials defied New York’s first curfew in almost 80 more»

New York City’s Sanitation Workers Lock-In New Four-Year Deal

Published on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - New York City Sanitation Workers have ratified a new four-year contract with the city by a near unanimous margin, Sanitationmen’s Association President Harry Nespoli has announced. The Workers, who are Members of the Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association, backed the contract with 98% approval, he said. The contract covers more»

New York City Unions React To Police Killing Of George Floyd

Published on Monday, June 1, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - As millions of Americans sheltered in place in what many expected to be a sleepy Memorial Day - it became anything but after the killing of George Floyd by Minnesota cops went viral. The latest killing of an unarmed Black citizen by police superseded the sacrifice of America’s War Veterans in the minds of Labor Leaders and Worker more»

1199 SEIU Dental Assistants - ‘Forced To Work’ In COVID-19 Unit, ‘Fight Back And Win’

Published on Friday, May 29, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(THE BRONX, NEW YORK) - Nine Dental Assistants in the Bronx who balked after being thrust into St. Barnabas Hospital’s Emergency COVID-19 Unit have won their jobs back. According to 1199 Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the Dental Assistants were told they were being transferred from Union Community Health Center, then put on a call list more»

Remembering Nelson Rivera, The Vice President Of New York City’s Largest Transit Union Who Succumbed To Cancer: “He Had Incredible Empathy And Compassion”

Published on Thursday, May 28, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - A top official at New York’s largest Transit Worker Union has died of lung cancer after a prolonged battle with the disease. Nelson Rivera, 53, the Administrative Vice President of Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 100, was known by colleagues for his humanitarian work and long-time leadership. He was diagnosed with stage four more»

NYS Laborers Show Solidarity With Workers In New Rochelle & Yonkers

Published on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) – Last week, the Laborers Local 60 and the New York State Laborers-Employers Cooperation Education Trust (LECET) recognized Essential Workers helping to keep Westchester County moving by giving them free meals as they worked on job sites in New Rochelle and Yonkers. At the Montesano job site in Yonkers, 35 Union Members - consisting more»

A ‘Very Important’ Labor Perspective From Chris Erikson, Business Manager of the 30,000-Member IBEW Local 3: The Trump Flag & The Union Logo ‘Don't Mix’

Published on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 in New York City Labor News
I saw a Trump 2020 flag on a house in Massapequa the other day - not unusual, as there are a lot of Republicans on Long Island - but what made me stop was the work truck in the driveway with an IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) decal on it. I couldn’t help wonder how the wall, the attacks on Immigrants, the attacks on Unions, the more»

Local 802 AFM Musicians Partner with NYC Health + Hospitals & The Mayor's Office of Media And Entertainment To Launch "Music for the Soul" For Our Medical Heroes & Their Patients

Published on Friday, May 22, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(NEW YORK CITY) - This week, Local 802 American Federation of Musicians (AFM) launched "Music for the Soul of NYC's Health + Hospitals Heroes" in partnership with The Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Health + Hospitals. This new series will support the 43,000 Staff at New York City’s 11 public hospitals and their patients, funded by more»

Google Says Most Of Its Employees ‘Will Likely Work Remotely Through End of Year’

Published on Thursday, May 21, 2020 in New York City Labor News
(MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA) - Google says most of its Employees will likely be allowed to work remotely through the end of year. Google CEO Sundar Pichai said Employees who needed to work in the office would be allowed to return in June or July with enhanced safety measures in place. The rest would likely continue working from home, a Google spokesperson more»