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Commercial banker sees opportunities for banks and clients

A national study released in mid-November by Wells Fargo & Company finds that inflation is cutting into household budgets, with 25% of Americans who invest...

CBIA chief urges the legislature to focus on labor and affordability...

"We need to make it more affordable for businesses," DiPentima said.

U.S. workers quitting at an all-time high

The most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the number of quits by U.S. workers has reached an all-time high since the data was first recorded in 2000.

What will the 2022 economy look like?

"We remain convinced that equities will do better than bonds next year," said Brenner.

Strike showdown: Nursing homes reject state’s ‘best and final offer’ as...

The union representing the nursing home workers said state's proposal failed to “lift nursing home workers out of poverty and improve staffing numbers for direct care services."

Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital nurses go on strike

“All hell is breaking loose at the hospital, and nurses have not even gone out on strike yet,” says an official at the New York State Nurses Association.

Painting the economic picture by the numbers: 4,040-plus people in Mid-Hudson...

Since the beginning of the year, 85 businesses in the Mid-Hudson region have filed notices with the New York State Department of Labor indicating...

Westchester County government’s COVID-19 losses could hit $160M 

Westchester County Executive George Latimer has told the Business Journal that the county's finances, like those of other governments, were in freefall as a...

Lamont creates Governor’s Workforce Council to improve business conditions

“Our systems don’t talk to each other enough, nor are we talking enough to the businesses where our students will ultimately seek employment,” Lamont said. “The status quo will no longer do." Council members include top executives at Bigelow Tea, Synchrony, and AQR Capital Management.

May 1 nursing home strike called off as talks continue

At issue are wages – SEIU is seeking raises of 4 percent in 2019 and another 4 percent in 2020 – and inadequate staffing ratios at nursing homes.

Stop & Shop workers end 11-day strike

Mark Espinosa, president of UFCW Local 919, called the supermarket chain a "monster employer."

With nursing home strike looming, CT Health Dept. announces contingency plans

The department will oversee the credentials of all replacement workers and conduct unannounced daily site visits to ensure that quality standards for safety and patient care are being upheld.

Labor and employment law tips for a family business opening its...

Family businesses make up the fabric of the U.S. economy. From a labor and employment law perspective, family businesses face a unique set of challenges and considerations.

Andi Gray: Working the night shift

You’re smart to pay attention to one of the bigger fixed costs in any business, which is its cost of real estate and equipment. To operate on an extra shift, you’ll have several considerations to factor in.

Contract negotiated for commercial cleaners

Janitors with the 32BJ Service Employees International Union and their employers agree to incrementally increase minimum wages as part of the new contract.