It took over a year, but workers won a victory when a Federal arbitrator ruled yesterday that Cornell violated the law in its zeal to defeat graduate student organizing efforts in March 2017. [The Tompkins County Workers’ Center, as a community labor organization, has strongly supported the Cornell Graduate Students United (CGSU) for the past […]
This year as part of our Make the Minimum Wage a Living Wage Campaign we are going to March in the Ithaca Festival Parade on Friday, June 1st, starting at 5:45 p.m. We’re going to have a really fun time and we hope you can join us! Special guests marching with us will include the […]
The Tompkins County Workers’ Center is a charitable not-for-profit organization headquartered in Ithaca, New York. It mostly serves workers in Tompkins, Cortland and adjacent Counties, but its programs support people throughout the Fingerlakes and Southern Tier regions and sometimes beyond. These programs include Living Wage advocacy, Occupational Safety and Health training or consultation, Worker Organizing, […]
Adam Levine is a longtime resident in the City of Ithaca. In this 2-minute video, Adam explains just WHY we need a Living Wage.
Please consider donating to the Tompkins County Workers’ Center, as Amanda Kirchgessner, a server in a local restaurant has done. Want to join Amanda in supporting a good cause? Amanda, is a Member of the Tompkins County Workers Center. Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. […]