B&H Photo Video, the Manhattan electronics giant, is settling a suit claiming it discriminated against Hispanic men at its Brooklyn warehouse.
A leftist activist group has called for a boycott against B & H Photo Video.
Chasidic-owned B&H Photo is known for high quality camera equipment. Social media expertise? It seems not so much.
Warehouse workers B & H Photo Video called a daylong strike on Monday, in protest of the company’s plan to shutter its two Brooklyn warehouses.
The union representing the newly-organized workers at the Brooklyn warehouse of B & H Photo Video have filed a complaint against the company over its plan to shift its operations to New Jersey.
The giant Hasidic-owned camera store B&H Photo Video is closing the Brooklyn warehouse where workers organized a union in 2015, and where federal investigators allege the company forced Hispanics to use separate bathrooms.
Union rights are Jewish rights, Ari Paul argues. Have the Hasidic managers of the famed photography store not read the Bible?
The federal government is charging the Hasidic-owned New York electronics store B&H Photo & Electronics with discriminating against its Hispanic warehouse workers.
“Blintz break!” This was the catchy alliterative phrase repeated over and over at my family’s all-nighter Shavuot fetes, throughout my childhood. Annually, on the holiday known for its winning combination of marathon night-long Torah-learning and dairy consumption, we’d read a few passages and then – predictably – scream “blintz break,” amped up on coffee, as we ran to grab a couple from one of the steaming pans.