From Next City: by Oscar Perry Abello About a 30-minute subway ride from Times Square, Queens’ Flushing neighborhood doesn’t have massive skyscrapers or semi-nude street performers — but it is an important center of the national fight against wage theft. “Th...Read Full Post
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From The New York Times: by Noam Scheiber WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board in Washington on Thursday made it substantially easier for unions to bargain for higher wages and benefits, opening the door for organized workers at fast-food chains and other franchises...Read Full Post