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Over one year ago, Governor Andrew Cuomo left New York’s tipped restaurant workers – including servers, bussers, bartenders, and barbacks – out of the state’s

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El 1 de abril del 2014, la nueva ley de los días de enfermedad pagados de la ciudad de Nueva York entró en vigor. ROC-NY

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Today, April 1, 2014, New York City’s new paid sick days law goes into effect.   (para español clic aquí.) ROC-NY believes that paid sick

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NYC Restaurants, Elected Officials, Advocates Announce First Ever High Road Restaurant Week Responsible Restaurants Celebrate Ethical Employment Practices and Good Food March 25, 2014, New York

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Today, Mayor de Blasio signed into law an expansion of last year’s  NYC Earned Sick Time Act.  The new law will take effect on April

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JOB OPENING – Development Manager March 10, 2014 Although founded to provide support to restaurant workers displaced after September 11th 2001, the Restaurant Opportunities Center of

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On February 26, 2014, the New York City Council voted 46-5 to significantly expand New York City’s paid sick days law.  The new law, which

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Today, the New York City Council’s committee on Civil Service and Labor held a hearing on Int. 1 the proposed bill to expand the NYC Earned

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Tips are like a box of chocolates… Posted February 12, 2014 | Tagged:

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It’s been nearly a year since Governor Cuomo excluded New York’s tipped restaurant workers from the minimum wage hike he signed into law. While keeping

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As our campaign to eliminate the sub-minimum wage for tipped workers picks up pace, we have received some good media coverage.  Here’s an overview: We

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