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New York State has had a call center outsourcing problem that has resulted in the loss of tens of thousands of call center jobs over the past several years. Companies packed up and...

Elevators and escalators - we all use them throughout our daily lives. You may be surprised to learn that no license is required for those who oversee or maintain them. That’s abou...

The Television Diversity Tax Credit Bill has been signed into law. We talk to Lowell Peterson, Executive Director of the Writers Guild of America, East to find out how it will chan...

A married couple, a teacher with breast cancer and a paraprofessional expecting a baby have all received layoff notices from the Rochester City School District. The district announ...

Ep. 25 –The Western New York Area Labor Federation has one of the highest union membership rates in the country. Listen in on a conversation with the president from that region abo...

How will New York State treat workers in the gig-economy? It is a question that will be the subject of debate in the upcoming legislative session. In this episode, we take a look a...

The Working Theater produces plays about bus drivers and baristas, postal workers and police officers amplifying the voice of workers in NYC. Producing Artistic Director Mark Plese...

TWU Local 100 is in a contract fight with the MTA. We cover everything from the Trash Train competition to the trash email that went public, all on the day of a massive rally takin...

The president of CSEA is retiring after leading the 280 thousand member union for 25 years. Danny Donohue talks about some of his biggest challenges, accomplishments and his advice...

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