Mayor Eric Adams instructed the press to write, “Eric, job well done,” and then tried to make a hand-heart with the robot, which has no arms.
Drivers who spoke to Motherboard described not being allowed to carry defensive spray and inadequate training.
In an email obtained by Motherboard, Google tells YouTube Music workers it will "not be participating in collective bargaining."
Visual effects workers at the studio voted 32-0 to unionize, marking a historic milestone in their field.
A new complaint says that an Amazon confidentiality and non-compete agreement that affects employees at all U.S. locations is illegal.
The social media app, which has been an instrumental tool during the strike, is blocking searches for "WGA."
The union alleges severance agreements offered to former staff broke the law and the company illegally silenced workers.
“Captive audience meetings” are no longer captive after a new law bans employers from disciplining workers who don't attend.
SAG-AFTRA says video game companies have not addressed adequate on-set protections or proper regulations on using artificial intelligence.
“It was tough being on the road,” said one driver who delivered in California the day it experienced flooding and record rainfall.
“I know I'm struggling, but I draw the line at natural disasters,” one shopper said.