End the Sub-Minimum Wage for NY’s Tipped Workers

More than 230,000 New Yorkers face uncertainty every day because of the $5/hour sub-minimum wage for tipped workers. Gov. Cuomo’s Wage Board can eliminate New York’s sub-minimum wage and bring fair pay to all workers now.

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Be a Good Jobs, Good Schools Voter!

In November, we can elect people who will fight for all of us in Albany, not just the wealthy and well-connected. Pledge to vote for candidates who are committed to fully funding our schools and to raising the minimum wage.

Jerome Thompson, CWA Member

Workers’ Rights at Cablevision

Since Cablevision workers unionized, CEO James Dolan has made no secret of his willingness to fire union activists. The latest is Jerome Thompson, who was fired when he privately pointed out that Cablevision’s mistreatment of workers isn’t good for its brand. Support Jerome and Cablevision workers.


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The Minimum Wage: Behind the Numbers

Since 1999, the Alliance for a Just Society, a national organization dedicated to addressing economic, racial and social inequities has released an annual Job Gap study on jobs and wages. This year, with the fight for a fairer minimum wage at the center of the battle...

It’s Primary Day

When to Vote New York City Long Island (Nassau & Suffolk counties) Westchester, Rockland, Orange & Putnam counties Erie County (which includes Buffalo): Polls are open from 6am to 9pm. Everywhere else in New York State: Polls are open from 12pm to 9pm. Click...