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MTA division approves contract

Following prolonged negotiations and, in May, a public denunciation of the MTA’s negotiation process, workers in the MTA’s Career and Salary Division have a new contract. The new deal, which …

In the bloody years when killings peaked in New York City, Detective Louis Scarcella built a reputation for closing cases.A second-generation cop who smoked cigars, ran marathons, worked a side job …

Nurses begin campaign for raises, safe-staffing

The collective-bargaining agreements for about 30,000 nurses across the state are set to expire between Dec. 31 and next March.

PSC urges CUNY to stop class cancellations

Classes with low enrollment are at risk of being canceled at a number of campuses within the City University of New York, putting students' academic progress and faculty jobs in jeopardy, according …

NYPD unions want cops rehired

Noting both the spike in crime citywide and relaxed Covid guidelines from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NYPD unions are urging Mayor Eric Adams to rehire cops who were fired …

Mediation on deck for ferry workers

The contract entanglement between the crews that run the Staten Island Ferry and the city could be closer to resolution following the acceptance by the mariners’ union of Mayor Eric Adams’ offer …

Educators in vax scam will return to payroll

The city Department of Education will return 82 teachers who allegedly submitted fake Covid vaccination cards on the payroll starting the first day of school, Sept. 6.Last week, the DOE sent a memo …

Although Chipotle Mexican Grill workers in New York City recently scored a major victory when the fast-food giant reached a $20 million settlement for violating the city’s labor laws, additional …

In the city, housing costs go through the roof

Dolly Del Rosario, a contract management supervisor with the city’s Department of Small Business Services, handles all types of transactions supporting nonprofit organizations and community board …

The city Department of Education can temporarily proceed with school budget cuts as planned after a state appeals court Aug. 9 blocked the lower court’s ruling requiring the city to vacate its …

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