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  2. Human Rights - New York City

    Your safety and the safety of our staff is a priority. To help ensure we address your needs in accordance with health guidance, please contact us at (212) 416-0197 to schedule an appointment.

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  4. Retail work schedule ordinance clears LA City Council committee

    An ordinance that would require retail employers in Los Angeles to provide work schedules to employees at least 14 days in advance and at least 10 hours rest in between shifts was advanced Tuesday by the City Council’s Economic Development and Jobs Committee.

  5. Director of Finance, City of La Crosse Posted May 13, 2022 | Open Until Filled. La Crosse, WI (pop. 52,680). GovHR USA is pleased to announce the recruitment of candidates for the Director of Finance for the City of La Crosse, Wisconsin (the &ldquo... Full Description

  6. The purpose of this Association shall be to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and the State of Maryland; to promote and foster the enforcement of law and order; to increase the effectiveness of the police profession and enhance public confidence in the police; and to improve the quality of life in the communities that we serve.

  7. LA City Minimum Wage Hike for Healthcare Workers to Come ...

    A measure that would raise the minimum wage of some healthcare workers in Los Angeles to $25 an hour will go before voters in 2024, with the City Council opting Friday to place a referendum ...

  8. New York City Department of Correction - Wikipedia

    The penal institutions moved to Rikers Island, which the city purchased for $180,000, where 10 prisons and 6,000 inmates are now held. [2] Historians [ who? ] have not described the prison system of New York in the 19th century in a favorable light - with employment positions being awarded based on the spoils system and employees being ...