New York Daily News
Mayor de Blasio’s announcement of a salary parity agreement was historic in committing the city to equalize starting salaries for certified teachers in community-based early childhood education organizations with their public school counterparts.
Cutting Off Our Nose to Spite Our Face: Amazon's Pullout Will Be Bad For The Very Workers That Opponents Of The Deal Claim To Care About
New York Daily News
Does Amazon’s decision to leave Long Island City for expanded operations in Virginia and Tennessee help Amazon workers seeking to organize? Not one bit. Does it hurt those efforts? Probably.
Gonzalez, in his book Reclaiming Gotham: Bill De Blasio and the Movement to End America's Tale of Two Cities argues that de Blasio has presided over the “most left-leaning government in the history of America’s greatest city." He "reports that, under de Blasio, poor and working class New Yorkers have received a $21 billion “infusion of income and economic benefits” which also includes long deferred wage increases.
DC 37 Blog
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio visits DC 37 and pledges to defend them against Trump's agenda.
POLITICO New York
Governor Cuomo" has yet to reach a contract agreement with CUNY’s faculty union, the Professional Staff Congress, whose more than 25,000 members have been without one since 2010, or District Council 37, which represents over 10,000 non-professional workers at CUNY and hasn’t had a contract since 2009." He’s denied CUNY staff a $15 minimum wage, even as he insisted upon it at the State University of New York.
The New York Times
New York City's Mayor Bill de Blasio will sign an agreement on Wednesday with DC37, AFSCME to raise the minimum wage to $15. This will cover about 50,000 municipal workers including DC37.
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