PSC staff and officers are now working remotely to help slow the spread of the pandemic virus COVID-19 and safeguard the health of our employees and members. The office at 61 Broadway will be closed until public health experts indicate a reduced need for social distancing measures.
But the union is still here for you! Contract enforcement staff, grievance officers and all other PSC departments are available during regular business hours via email and phone. In this time of uncertainty and unprecedented changes to our working conditions, the union will not waver in its commitment to protecting the rights and the health of the faculty and staff we represent. And we will continue to stand in solidarity with CUNY students.
Please take good care of yourselves, and take care of each other. That’s what unions do.
The New York City labor movement knows that numbers matter, and the 2020 Census is a once-in-a-decade chance to get as close to an accurate count of the population as possible. Data from the census helps draw congressional and state district lines, determines a state’s number of congressional representatives and helps determine allocation of hundreds of billions of dollars of federal funding for school lunch programs, highway construction, fire departments, Medicaid and more.