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The City Council will weigh legislation that would require city agencies to conduct exit interviews with retiring and resigning municipal employees.As the city faces a vacancy rate that has …

EMS unions sue city, FDNY alleging pay discrimination

Unions representing New York’s uniformed emergency medical technicians, paramedics and EMS officers have filed a class-action lawsuit against the city and the FDNY alleging “discriminatory …

Hennessy, pulse-pounding tunes and lap dances. All are prevalent in the city’s gentlemen’s clubs. Until a few weeks ago, they were also part of evenings and nights inside a UPS Customer …

Nurses double down on strike plans at 5 hospitals

The clock is ticking.About 10,000 private-sector nurses are set to strike Jan. 9 if they do not settle contract agreements that include significant raises and safe-staffing policies.Although the New …

Bleeding blue: Cops leave NYPD in record numbers

Following a year during which officers retired or resigned in greater numbers than at any time in 20 years, the NYPD's uniformed ranks are their lowest in more than a decade.The officer headcount as …

The head of the union that represents agency lawyers applauded the city’s decision to officially lift residency requirements for city attorneys, but questioned why the attorney-at-law title was not …

Council will take up Medicare matter

After months of inaction and despite pronounced opposition from retired municipal workers, the City Council appears poised to consider changing the city’s administrative code to permit  the …

City nurses, hospitals resume contract talks

A possible strike by thousands of New York City nurses loomed even as nurses at one hospital reached a tentative agreement hours before their contract was set to expire.The pact affecting 4,000 …

Benefits bill denied to Westchester correction officers

The head of the Westchester County Correction Officers' Benevolent Association has denounced Governor Kathy Hochul’s veto of a bill that would have granted lump-sum benefits to the families of county jail staff who work past retirement eligibility but die before retiring. 

HarperCollins workers enter new year on strike

Workers at HarperCollins Publishers entered 2023 still on strike, more than 40 days after about 250 employees at the publishing giant walked out when contract negotiations broke down in …

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