Summary of the impact of services provided by WCBDI to worker cooperatives in the previous three fiscal years. The report outlines the obstacles that worker cooperatives encounter when competing for City contracts and recommends measures to lessen the effects of such obstacles.
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.
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
This annual report covers the stare of workers' rights in NYC. It contains data that the agency is required to publish with respect to Local Law 98 of 2016 (Paid Care Industry), Local Law 46 of 2013 (Earned Safe and Sick Time Act), and Admin. Code § 20-1203 (Fair Workweek Laws).
As a condition of the funds in unit of appropriation number 010 and 011: report detailing the number of registrants placed in jobs, ZIP Codes in which registrants placed in jobs reside, job category/classification of job placements, industry of job placement and average hourly wage at placement