The second half of 2018 set records for watershed runoff due to persistent rainfall and an early snowstorm. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection's ability to fulfill its mission depends on its success in recruiting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce.
NYC Sanitation Welcomes More than 100 New Sanitation Workers and Five New Superintendents at Graduation and Promotion Ceremony: 2 Sanitation Workers to Receive Badges Worn by Their Family Members
WHO:- More than 100 Sanitation Workers from the October 2018 class; 5 newly promoted Superintendents
The New York City Department of Sanitation has announced that registration is now open for people interested in working as an emergency snow laborer for the upcoming snow season. Snow laborers are per-diem workers who shovel snow and clear ice after heavy snowfalls.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has culminated its 2018 summer internship program with a closing ceremony with interns showcasing their work. The staff at the 26th Ward Wastewater Treatment Plant won the Commissioner's fourth Water Challenge
In this policy brief, the first in a series on the economic experiences of women of color, the Bureau of Policy and Research of the Comptroller’s Office analyzes U.S. Census Bureau earnings data to examine the scale and impact of the gender wage gap specifically for Black women in New York City.