Mayor's Office of Labor Relations

The Mayor created an Office of Labor Relations by Executive Order. This office...

  • is the fourth step of the grievance procedure for District Councils 33 and 47
  • handles Unfair Labor Practice Charges filed against the City and its departments, boards and commissions
  • processes Grievance arbitrations, and works with the Law Department and other City departments on presenting the City's case at arbitration
  • during (labor contract) negotiations, Labor Relations employees serve as members of the City's negotiating team
  • has employees who serve on the Mayor's Labor Relations Task Force
  • provides information and answers to labor relations questions for departmental officials

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AFSCME D.C. 33 AFSCME D.C. 47


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