New York State AFL-CIO

The #MeToo movement has challenged our nation to confront pervasive sexual harassment in the workplace.

Working people and their allies came together in NYC, Buffalo 28 other cities across the country to fight for decent and equitable pay, affordable health care, quality schools, vibrant communities

Albany, NY – The New York State AFL-CIO, representing 2.5 million union members, retirees and their families today endorsed Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi for Congress.

The Donald Trump Labor Department is proposing a rule change that would mean that restaurant servers and bartenders could lose a large portion of their earnings.

New York State AFL-CIO

Helping Working Families Achive a Better Life

The New York state AFL-CIO is a federation of 3,000 affiliated public sector, private sector, and building trades unions throughout the state, representing 2.5 million members, retirees and their families.  Our members live and work in every community in our state, and reflect the diversity that makes New York great.

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Elected officials, we, the undersigned, demand that Charter/Spectrum be held accountable for how it treats its customers and workers. It is no longer acceptable that a multi-billion dollar company can get away with providing poor quality service to its customers, not meet their obligations from the takeover of Time Warner Cable, and not take care of its workers, who are profit-earners for the company.