City payroll records obtained by THE CITY suggest union enrollment has slipped since a Supreme Court ruling that allows government workers to opt out of membership. Between 2018 and 2022, membership went down nearly 8% among city employee unions, outpacing a decline of 5.1% in the number of full-time employees across city agencies. The gap […]
Higher ed and hospital strikes highlighted in CUNY’s annual Labor Day report, which also finds a 16-point drop in NYC government worker union membership.
The switch to a privatized plan would save the city $600 million a year, but retirees say it’s not what was promised to them.
Complaint to state alleges violations of rule limiting ICU nurses to two patients at a time.
Attorneys for underpaid caretakers argue that New York abandoned its legal obligation to workers by closing cases.
New York City’s economic recovery continues to lag the nation’s.
The Adams administration had intended to switch 250,000 retired public-sector workers to a controversial privately run health care plan on Sept. 1.
A group of city lawmakers toured city jails and touted improvements. Almost all got campaign cash from the union representing jail personnel.
Physical and occupational therapists are now on their own in seeking a better bargaining agreement, over their union president’s objections.
Union president Michael Mulgrew is pressing occupational and physical therapists to vote again on a deal they rejected — while some members demand new negotiations with City Hall instead.