Pay Dates Set for 2017-18 Raises

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By GREGORY N. HEIRES

The city has set the dates for the 2017 and 2018 pay increases of most of the DC 37 members covered by the new economic agreement.

The contract calls for raises of 2 percent on Sept. 26, 2017, and 2.25 percent on Sept. 26 of this year.

Mayoral agencies

The rate increase and retroactive for 2017 was included in the Oct. 5 pay checks of workers at mayoral agencies. The 2.25 percent raise for 2018 is scheduled for Oct. 19.

Dept. of Education

At the Dept. of Education, administrative, full-time and hourly employees received the 2017 rate increase and retroactive pay on Oct. 5. They will receive the 2018 increase on Nov. 2.

Family workers will receive their rate increases and retroactive pay on Dec. 4.

School Crossing Guards receive their 2017 rate and retro increases on Oct. 5. The 2.25 percent increase will in the check on Oct. 19. The retro for members whose pay jumped to $13.50 in December 2017 will only cover the period from Sept. 26 to Dec. 30 in 2017 because the new rate increase was on time.

NYC Health+Hospitals

Workers at NYC Health+Hospitals who are paid bi-weekly received their 2 percent 2017 increase on Oct. 5. The 2017 raise for workers paid weekly will be implemented Oct. 12.

NYC Health+Hospitals will implement the 2018 2.25 percent increase for workers paid bi-weekly on Nov 2. Workers paid weekly will receive the rate increase on Nov. 9.

New York City Housing Authority

At the New York City Housing Authority, workers will receive the 2 percent rate increase and retro on Oct. 11. They will receive a 2.25 percent raise and a small retro pay in crease in the check on Oct. 25.

The pay dates for non-mayoral agencies, cultural institutions and libraries are not set yet. Ask your union rep for updates.

The DC 37 Blog is an online publication of District Council 37, AFSCME, which represents 125,000 municipal employees in New York City. This article originally appeared in the October 2018 issue of Public Employee Press.

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