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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.

     

    Learn More

Sleep Well to Be Well

Sleep Well to Be Well
    Did you get enough sleep last night? The average adult needs at least 7 hours. It’s easy to overlook the importance of getting a good night’s sleep, but the amount of sleep we get every night affects how we work and feel.

    Learn about the connection between sleep and mental health and get tips for sleeping soundly here.

    For more information to help you be well, visit nyc.gov/workwellnyc.
    

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:


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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

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Management Benefits Fund

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NYC Employee Assistance Program

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State of the Agency 


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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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