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Vacancies imperil city services, comptroller’s report concludes

Comptroller Brad Lander released a report last week reviewing, and critiquing, Mayor Eric Adams’ budget cut plans, which he argued could further emaciate the already depleted ranks of city civil …

Council's De La Rosa wants to make it easier for workers to organize

Ahead of testimony from workers and organizers at a hearing of the City Council’s Committee on Civil Service and Labor last week, committee Chair Carmen De La Rosa said she wanted to find out how …

Federal firefighters to get long-sought benefits

Federally employed firefighters, EMTs and others look likely to have access to long-sought health benefits by the end of the year. The Federal Firefighters Fairness Act, which would provide …

CUNY professors’ PSC claim dismissed

Six CUNY professors who resigned from the Professional Staff Congress after alleging that the union was agitating antisemitic sentiment had their First Amendment claims dismissed by a U.S. District …

More than 1,100 reporters, editors, designers, salespeople and security guards employed by The New York Times walked out on a 24-hour strike today after a last-minute push to reach agreement on a new …

Rail workers say deal won't resolve quality-of-life concerns

When BNSF railroad conductor Justin Schaaf needed to take time off from work this summer, he had to make a choice: go to the dentist to get a cavity in his molar filled or attend a party for his …

NYSSCOA officers ratify new 5-year deal

The roughly 1,400 members of the New York State Supreme Court Officers Association have a new contract. The union’s membership last week ratified a five-year deal retroactive to 2021 bringing …

Judge rules Amazon illegally fired Staten Island workers

While Amazon CEO Andy Jassy spoke at The New York Times’ DealBook Summit last week, a few of his employees spoke out as well — by protesting outside the entrance to the event at Columbus …

‘Clean Slate’ advocates push for passage in new year

More than 40 years ago, David Delancey made a grave mistake. It landed him a two-decade prison term, and “rightfully so,” Delancey said last week. “I was held accountable,” he …

NYCHA monitor praises reform efforts but progress is slow

A steady spike in heating outages at the city Housing Authority and slow progression towards replacing elevators indicated that while the agency has advanced in its reform efforts, much more work …

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