Tag: Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association

New City Budget Could Ax 1 Out of Every 15 City Workers
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New City Budget Could Ax 1 Out of Every 15 City Workers

NEW YORK, N.Y.—The coronavirus-austerity budget passed by the City Council July 1 could result in one out of every 15 city workers being laid off if labor costs aren’t cut by $1 billion within three months—and the unions representing them aren’t happy about that. “That’s a thank-you we get for fighting the virus,” Uniformed Sanitationmen’s…

City’s Sanitation Workers Lock-in New 4-Year Deal
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City’s Sanitation Workers Lock-in New 4-Year Deal

New York, NY – New York City sanitation workers have ratified a new four-year contract with the city by a near unanimous margin. On Friday, May 29, Sanitationmen’s Association President Harry Nespoli announced the agreement. The workers, members of the Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association, backed the contract with 98% approval, he said. The contract covers more…