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Doormen strike averted: Union reaches agreement over wages

Tenants living on Billionaires’ Row and in thousands of buildings across New York City can now relax, knowing they...

Tenants asked to stand-in as threat of doormen strike looms

Residents at some of the city’s swankiest buildings could soon be tossing their own trash and opening their own...

Contract negotiations now favoring unions

 The recent doormen pact and transit workers deal could signal better payouts for union workers. Discussions regarding raises for the city’s municipal unions have not fared well from the perspective of union workers, due...

Realty Advisory Board, doormen avert strike with agreement

After weeks of tense negotiations, the Realty Advisory Board and Local 32BJ SEIU – the union supporting doormen and...

Doormen at luxury Chelsea building plan Halloween strike

Doormen and other employees at 520 West 23rd Street are planning to walk off the job on Halloween, citing...

Smile! NYC co-op, condo boards beef up video surveillance

More and more New York City apartment buildings are being equipped with surveillance cameras these days.

Doormen’s attempt to join union stalled

Building workers at the luxury condominium 1 Lincoln Square are attempting to unionize. But not everyone on the building’s board is supportive of the effort — and the dispute appears to be escalating. Many...

City has just 300 ‘doorwomen’

While women in New York City are well-represented in many fields dominated by men just a generation ago, one area is noticeably lacking in estrogen: doormen, or, door attendants, as they might be called....

UWS building tells landlord to ease restrictions on staff

Anthony Razzano, a resident of 698 West End Avenue, has spearheaded an effort in his building to give doormen...

Strike averted after doormen, owners reach agreement

Doormen and other building workers will not strike after their union reached an agreement with building owners just after...

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