This week’s “Unions at Work” column looks at labor talks involving about 23,000 New York City office building workers, tensions over unionization at the Southern Poverty Law Center, and issues connected with the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service’s plan to reorganize.
Keep up to date with a roundup every Tuesday on union initiatives, bargaining developments, leadership changes, and other labor news.
Talks Begin for NYC Building Workers
Contract negotiations opened Nov. 14 between the politically influential union for 23,000 New York City office building workers and representatives of the city’s commercial real estate industry and commercial cleaning contractors.
Service Employees ...