Executive Order 16 requires all City agencies to ensure that City employees and members of the public have access to single-sex facilities consistent with their gender identity or expression without being required to show identification.
Employers: What You Need to Know About Social Security Administration No-Match Letters. Taking an adverse action against an employee due to a discrepancy, such as putting an employee on leave or terminating employment, could violate the NYC Human Rights Law (NYCHRL).
This guide provides a summary of the rights and responsibilities, pertinent to residential properties and leases, of diplomatic tenants and their landlords in New York City. It also includes steps that can be taken to address violations, as well as relevant points of contact.
The Mayor's Office of Information Privacy, lead by the Chief Privacy Officer, has released the city's first privacy protection protocols for the City of New York. This Policy sets forth the baseline requirements for City agencies relating to the protection of identifying information.
On February 6, 2023, the Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) published revised citywide privacy protection policies and protocols for New York City. The CPO, who heads the Office of Information Privacy, published the previous version of the policies in February 2021.