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    Labor Updates

    The City has reached agreement with nearly 84% of the workforce.

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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

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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

84%

The administration has successfully reached agreement with nearly 84% of the workforce, representing both civilian and uniformed employees, for the 2017-2021 round of bargaining.