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NYC expands work from home pilot program to non-union workers

The pilot expansion will be offered to approximately 16,500 non-union employees allowing those eligible to work up to two days a week remotely depending on their job performance and specific duties.

News 12 Staff

Oct 23, 2023, 4:55 PM

Updated 240 days ago

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Mayor Eric Adams' administration announced Monday they will now extend its remote work pilot to city workers not represented by unions.
The pilot expansion will be offered to approximately 16,500 non-union employees allowing those eligible to work up to two days a week remotely depending on their job performance and specific duties.
The extension comes after the benefit's success with District Council 37.


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