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Unions file lawsuit to enable organizing within Connecticut National Guard

It is a felony for members of the armed forces to support labor-organizing in their ranks.

County, construction and union officials show united front behind capital projects

Westchester County Executive George Latimer and representatives from the construction industry gathered inside of the administration building at Playland Park in Rye on Oct. 26 to underscore the importance of major capital projects that maintain and reconstruct the county’s physical assets.

Stamford, nurses’ union come to agreement as city tries to address...

Under the agreement with the Stamford Municipal Nurses Association, which represents 38 school and public health nurses, union members will go without a raise for the 2019-20 year and take a less costly medical plan, in exchange for no layoffs.

Stamford announces 45 layoffs as negotiations with unions reach impasse

"The city's estimation of layoffs may increase over time and will likely result in multiple rounds of layoffs," said a spokesman for Mayor David Martin. "We anticipate the next round could occur as soon as mid-August.”

Stamford wrestling with unions to finalize budget that needs $32.2M cut

According to Arthur Augustyn, a spokesman for Mayor David Martin, the city needs to cut about $32.2 million from Martin’s $630 proposed budget in order to maintain its mill rate and not increase taxes for Fiscal Year 2020-21.

Workers at 20 nursing homes threaten May 1 strike

Union members have already voted overwhelmingly 1,449-78 to authorize a strike if their demands are not met.

Frontier Communications workers in West Virginia go on strike

“All of our contract proposals have included the continuation of generous wages and benefits," maintains the Stamford company.

Connecticut is 4th most unionized state in nation

The Nutmeg State trailed only New York, Hawaii and Alaska in 2016; bringing up the rear was South Carolina.

They labor for unions in a tangled Madoff case

Two White Plains lawyers are leading a complex class action case in the Madoff affair on behalf of their union clients.

Astorino previews budget, 800 layoffs possible

Unless union concessions are made, the county might lay off more than 800 employees to close an $86 million budget gap.

Pro-union workers stage protest

Workers representing the United Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO and others staged several simultaneous rallies around the Hudson Valley and across the state April 4.