The DDC FY'2022 Diversity and EEO Plan is a report of accountability for the culture, development, enhancement and equal treatment of all Agency employees. The strive for the excellent leadership is represented by DDC professionals ensuring the dedication of diversity for all employees.
The auditors found that CCHR complied with Local Law 25. CCHR’s website includes a translation feature at the top of the page for viewing text and essential information of the website in various languages, including the top 10 designated NYC LEP languages.
The auditors found that CCHR complied with Local Law 120 of 2020. CCHR developed the required anti-discrimination poster, also known as the Notice of Rights poster, which provides information on the forms of discrimination prohibited by the City Human Rights Law including age discrimination...
Mayor de Blasio today appointed Annabel Palma as the next Commissioner and Chair of the NYC Commission on Human Rights. Palma most recently served as the Chief Equity Officer of the City's COVID-19 Test & Trace Corps
Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York State Attorney General Letitia James and Department of Consumer and Worker Protection Commissioner Peter A. Hatch today reached settlement agreements to resolve their joint investigation into workplace violations by Intergen Health, LLC and Amazing Home Care Services.
Commissioner Carmelyn P. Malalis and other members of the New York City Commission on Human Rights senior staff periodically testify before the City Council on issues involving the Commission and the NYC Human Rights Law. Testimony from Calendar Year 2021.
A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement its annual, Charter-mandated diversity plan, including details of efforts to implement equal employment practices, for minority group members, women and members of other groups who work for the City, or seek City employment.