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Labor Disputes

  1. Labor Disputes
    Why Pure Food & Wine’s Workers Refuse to Give Up on the Troubled“We felt we were working for something that was making the world a better place.”
  2. Shenanigans
    How One Restaurant’s Employees Are Fighting Back Against Their Missing,Pure Food and Wine’s staff has filed a federal labor complaint against owner Sarma Melngailis, who’s disappeared for the second time in a year.
  3. The Chain Gang
    America’s Restaurant Workers Receive $9 Billion Per Year in WelfareEach Olive Garden location costs taxpayers $196,970 a year.
  4. Labor Disputes
    Pure Food & Wine Waitress Speaks Out“… it’s like, who’s this woman that’s never around, fucking everything up for people who work for her?”
  5. The Chain Gang
    Fast-Food Protests Will Continue This Week With Biggest Strikes YetOrganizers promise sit-ins and other forms of civil disobedience.
  6. The Chain Gang
    Fast-Food Wage Strikes Expand to 100 Cities on Thursday100 more cities will stage protests.
  7. The Chain Gang
    Fast-Food Strikes Continue Around the CountryThe group organizing the strikes calls this the largest turnout yet.
  8. New York Times Labor Deal Gets DoneBut there’s some residual bitterness.
  9. The New York Times and the Newspaper Guild Have Worked Things OutAfter eighteen months, a contract agreement “in concept.”
  10. Labor Disputes
    Central Park Boathouse Strike Comes to an EndDean Poll and the union reached an agreement at last.
  11. Labor Disputes
    Central Park Boathouse’s Dean Poll Agrees to Worker UnionizingThe month-old standoff shows signs of thawing.
  12. Fighting Back
    ‘Boycott the Boathouse’ Flyer Advises Would-be Patrons on Dining“There are thousands of restaurants in New York. Here are a few in and near the park. Please don’t go to the Boathouse.”