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Key points about collective bargaining in New York


Unions are in place so workers in New York and across the nation have some level of bargaining power and the ability to band together to come to an agreement with their employer. A key part of that is collective bargaining. With collective bargaining, the workers gather and negotiate with management to improve their conditions on the job. The main goal of collective bargaining is to address concerns and issues at work. This can involve wages, vacations, how discipline is handled, promotions, raises and more.

UPS union members agree to allow a strike, if necessary


Delivery of packages is one of the most important and understated jobs in New York and across the nation. When the workers are union members seeking an improvement in employee benefits, there is a good chance that there will be the need for a strike. Employees should be cognizant of their right to seek a better contract and improved working conditions by becoming members of a labor union. A labor union must also have legal representation to protect its interests.

Staff members at New Yorker magazine join labor union


It might come as a surprise to many that some New York workers are not part of a union or even considered "employees." The circumstances of the terms of employment and employee classification can be important as that often dictates the employee benefits available to them. When there is a classification of workers that they deem unfair or compensation and benefits are not what they believe they should be, joining a labor union is one strategy to rectify these issues. Having legal assistance from a law firm that specializes in union representation is an integral factor to unionizing.

NYC corrections department union members unhappy about transfer


Unions are necessary for many workers in New York City, but it is exceedingly important for those who do the most dangerous jobs to have union protection. Specifically, law enforcement, firefighters and emergency responders fall into that category. Also in that category are the most overlooked of people in law enforcement: New York City corrections officers. While their union can provide them with various benefits, such as retirement, sick days, off days and medical coverage, it also shields them and acts as their advocate.

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