DC 37, New York City’s largest municipal union, has come to a labor agreement with the City, Mayor Adams announced on Friday, Feb. 17. The union, which makes up one quarter of the City’s unionized workforce, represents around 90,000 workers. Key takeaways of the agreement, which must still be ratified, include, retroactive to May 2021, a guaranteed $18 minimum wage, raises of 3% for the initial four years and 3.5% in the fifth year, as well as a $3,000 signing bonus for every worker. The Mayor has also pledged to set up a committee to explore flexible work options, including remote work.
Read the full story by Marcia Kramer for cbsnews, published February 17, 2023, here: http://bit.ly/3YS2xi7