The Daily Read – September 27, 2011

By Erica Varlese

The Public Employees Federation, the second biggest union in New York, will be voting on a three-year wage freeze to avert 3,500 layoffs.

Douglas LaChance, head of the Newspaper and Mail Deliverers’ Union, passed away at the age of 69.

The New York Daily News explores the benefits and challenges of being a New York nanny.

As the cost of NY construction rises, the employment rate for construction workers falls.

President Obama is proposing to make discrimination against the unemployed illegal as part of his new jobs bill.

Contract talks between Ford and the United Automobile Workers have picked up speed as the union prepares for a potential strike.


August 27, 2011

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