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Vice President's Report

 

September 6, 2017

Bits:
Step 1 hearings have begun again. Although we still have grievance's pending, the department is now allowing us to review the evidence right before the hearing. It's still not exactly where we want it to be but it's a step in the right direction that I am confident will lead to our ultimate goal of proper disclosure.

While on the subject of bits, we have had an increase in the amount of positive random drug tests. I want to remind everybody that we still have a zero-tolerance policy. I urge all members to be vigilant of your co­workers. If you or anyone you know is having a problem, reach out to this office or CCU. We have a lot of resources at our disposal.

Litigation:
Perry v. NYC.
I have reached out to the law firm. Currently there are motions on both sides. Our side is requested to find in our favor. The department is requesting it to be dismissed. The lawyers tell me this is common and will take some time but they expect both motions to be denied and trial dates to be set. No time frame given.

2507 and 3621 have had numerous meetings with not only The Kurland Group but councilmen around the city regarding pay equality. We have secured a lot of support for the next steps regarding litigation.

Michael Greco,
Vice President