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    Labor Updates

    The City has reached agreements with 99.9% of the workforce.

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Labor Updates

    When the de Blasio administration took office, every contract with municipal workers was expired.


    Since then, the administration has settled with or concluded arbitration with 99.9 percent of the workforce, representing both civilian and uniformed employees.

     

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Special 2019 HBP Transfer Period
    The Special 2019 Health Benefits Program Transfer Period begins April 1, 2019 and ends April 30, 2019. Health plan changes requested during this period will be effective July 1, 2019.

    During the Special Transfer Period, employees may transfer into any health plan for which they are eligible, add or drop the Optional Rider or add or drop dependent(s).

    Learn more here.
    
https://www1.nyc.gov/site/olr/wellness/wellness-healthyeating.page

Food for thought!

    March is National Nutrition Month! Healthy eating can seem complicated – but eating more fruits and vegetables is one of the best ways to fuel your body and your life. Join WorkWell NYC in the 5 A Day Your Way challenge for tips, ideas, and support to add more fruits and veggies to your plate! 

    Learn more here.

Welcome to the Office of Labor Relations

The Office of Labor Relations (OLR) represents the Mayor in the conduct of all labor relations between the City of New York and labor unions representing employees of the City. In addition, OLR administers:


Labor

Recent Agreements


Health Savings

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The Health Benefits Program

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Medicare Part B Reimbursement

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Deferred Compensation Plan and the NYCE IRA

Read More about DCP

Read More about the NYCE IRA


Management Benefits Fund

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NYC Employee Assistance Program

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OLR NEWS

State of the Agency 


Download the OLR State of the Agency 2014-2016


Labor Updates

99.9%

When the de Blasio administration took office, every contract with municipal workers was expired.

Since then, the administration has settled with or concluded arbitration with 99.9 percent of the workforce, representing both civilian and uniformed employees.

 

 


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