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The Minimum Wage Battle Heats Up In NY

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June 18, 2015– The Minimum wage battle heated up this week in New York as Fast Food workers filled an auditorium on New York University’s campus to testify before a panel appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo to examine the wage issue. This hearing comes on the heals […]

New York State Nail Salons Come Under Fire For Worker Abuses

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May 21, 2015– On a daily basis, women, and often men, across the City of New York patronize one of 2,000 nail salons in order to treat themselves to grooming at the hands of professional manicurists. The customers, often financially middle and upper class individuals, shell out significant fees for these […]

Mixed News For Employees As 2nd Fiscal Quarter Begins

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April 9, 2015-U.S. workers, as they attempt to understand what is happening in the American job market, are being confused by mixed economic signals which, simultaneously, forecast an economic expansion and economic slow down. For many workers these mixed economic signals have made financial planning for their […]

First Analysis of Minimum Wage Increases Show Economic Promise

February 19, 2015– Much of the debate surrounding an increase in the Minimum Wage is whether, or not, it will positively impact the U.S. economy. The initial analysis of the impact of the increases in over 20 states, which was written about in this column last month*, appears to indicate it has had a positive […]

Amazon Workers Fight For Fair Pay?

October 16, 2014-Most of the American public is familiar with the internet marketplace known as Amazon.com. What most people didn’t know until last week was that Amazon.com employees are required to pass through mandatory security checkpoints, after their shifts. This mandatory protocol often delays their departure from work, by an average of, 30 minutes per […]

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