Partnership For New York City Survey Shows Much Higher Number Of Workers Plan To Be Back At Their Desks In SeptemberThere are signs of hope on the road to reopening. A new survey finds more office workers than originally thought are expected to be back in the city this fall.
COVID Impact: NYS Legislature Under Intense Pressure To Not Raise Taxes On Businesses And The WealthyThe lights are on in office buildings all over New York City, but most of the workers have yet to return.
Survey: 45% Of Manhattan Office Workers Expected To Return To Workplace By SeptemberEmployers also expect that 56% of office workers will continue to work remotely at least part of the time.
Enormous Challenges Await Next Occupant Of Gracie Mansion As New Yorkers Turn Attention To Mayoral RaceWhile there’s no shortage of candidates, the next occupant of Gracie Mansion will have one tough job.
Business Leaders Beg De Blasio To Take Action On Quality Of Life In NYC: 'There Is Widespread Anxiety Over Public Safety'They wrote people "will be slow to return unless their concerns about security and livability of our communities are addressed quickly."
New Initiative Aims To Help New York City High School Students Pick A CareerIt's the organization Partnership For New York City's newest initiative to help close the achievement gap for minority and low-income students.
Report: New Yorkers Have Longest Commute In The NationNew York City workers spend an average of 48 minutes getting to work, according to the Partnership for New York City. That's more than 13 minutes longer than the national average.
Advocates Push For City Council Vote On Paid Sick LeaveSan Francisco passed a paid sick leave measure. So did the state of Connecticut. It's still on the table in the city of New York. Those pushing for it in New York spoke out at City Hall on Friday.
Bloomberg Budget Cuts Spending By $1.5 Billion Without Tax HikesFor nearly an hour and a half, Mayor Michael Bloomberg revealed his nearly $70 billion preliminary budget.
NYC's Top Business Leaders Beg Congress Not To Cut Security FundingOver 100 New York City business leaders have written a joint letter to the leaders in Congress, asking that they not cut homeland security funding for the world's biggest terrorist target.