This is the first report in a series of 10 reports pursuant to LL 13/2019 that will be prepared on an annual basis, to identify areas of underutilization of minorities by job group in New York City government and at the seven (7) City University of New York (CUNY) Community Colleges.
The report highlights voids in labor protections experienced by workers across the city, concrete and positive impacts that the City’s workplace laws are having on worker’s jobs and lives, and the strategies DCA deployed in 2018 to make critical progress. Includes requirements under LL 107/2017.
A report on total overtime hours recorded and total
overtime paid to employees of the New York city housing authority for the
prior calendar year. The data in such report shall be aggregated by borough
and housing development and disaggregated by department and job title.
Section 23-105 of the Administrative Code mandates that the Civil List be published. The Civil List is a list of employees who were employed by the City at any given time during the preceding calendar year.
This report summarizes key findings from the Office’s work implementing the Freelance Isn’t Free Act in its first year. This law gives freelance workers the legal right to written contracts, timely payment, and freedom from retaliation.
The Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso is dedicated to advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, equality and fairness within the Borough of Brooklyn and our office. We aim for our employees to be a representation of our city and borough's diverse backgrounds, nationalities, and cultures.
This report provides an analysis of what the City’s Paid Care Division has learned, model standards for paid care jobs, an overview of its accomplishments, and a roadmap for action it plans to take in the years to come as the Paid Care Division concludes its first year.