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PSC Livid at One-Week Furlough of CUNY Execs

The largest union representing staff and faculty at the City University of New York blasted the public-university system’s decision to furlough hundreds of administrators in light of major budget …

CSA Agrees to Defer Half of Retro Money

The Council of School Supervisors has agreed to defer half of a payment of $90 million in retroactive wages that was due in February until the first payroll period next November under a deal that …

H+H Head: Protective Gear for City Hospitals Good for Second Wave

The head of NYC Health + Hospitals and city health officials affirmed that the public-hospital system has a three-month supply of personal protective equipment in preparation for a second wave of the …

The 2020 election results for labor-related ballot questions were a mixed bag for unions. While voters in Florida voted overwhelmingly to support a $15-an-hour minimum wage, joining New York, New …

Dozens Arrested Downtown After Post-Election Demonstration

NYPD officials said a small band of agitators was to blame for clashes between police and demonstrators that rocked Greenwich Village and elsewhere after nightfall Nov. 4, resulting in dozens of …

Republican State Senate candidates backed by a coalition of police unions appeared to have regained a number of seats the party lost two years ago, raising the likelihood that at least some of the …

DOC Classification of 400 Officers As Chronic Absentees Under Scrutiny

Following reports that the Department of Correction had tagged hundreds of its officers as chronic absentees after they were laid up by the coronavirus, two state Legislators have drafted a bill that …

COBA President: City Asking Too Much For No-Layoff Guarantee

Benny Boscio  took office as president of the Correction Officers' Benevolent Association riding a wave of discontent that had its roots in the criminal behavior of former President Norman Seabrook …

Working Families Party Retains Its Ballot Line

The Working Families Party, forced to cope with a 160-percent increase in the number of votes required to retain its line on the state ballot at a time when its union support had shrunk dramatically, …

The Democratic chairs of five congressional committees are demanding that the U.S. Office of Personnel Management "provide detailed answers on what OPM is doing to protect federal workers as the …

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