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Realty Advisory Board and Local 32BJ reach 11th-hour deal on a new contract.

A Wave of New Employee Rules Is About to Hit

Written by Andrew I. Bart on April 19, 2022

New York City

New rules coming on whistleblowers, salary posting, sexual harassment and more. 

State regulators give final approval for $4 billion hydroelectric transmission from Canada.

Union rally designed to show it has the power to “shut this entire city down.”

Healthcare benefits and wages are big items as the April 20 contract expiration looms.

Co-op and condo tax abatement is now tied to employee compensation.

Sometimes the scaffold and sidewalk shed cost more than the repairs.

Creative financing — and speed — were crucial to this job's success.

Transmission lines will bring clean electricity to Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.

Co-op and condo tax abatement available only if all workers get prevailing wage.

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