The 48,346-employee payroll of New York City’s financially stressed Health and Hospitals Corporation swelled to $2.9 billion last year, a 16 percent jump from $2.5 billion in 2014, according to data added today to SeeThroughNY.net, the Empire Center’s transparency website.
The Corporation was one of 312 employers, including industrial development agencies (IDAs), regional transportation authorities, and sewer and water authorities, for which fiscal 2016 payroll data were added.
Other employers include:
- New York State Thruway Authority (4,303 employees)
- Urban Development Corp. (Empire State Development) (329 employees)
- Power Authority of NYS (NYPA) (1,782 employees)
- Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) (1,771 employees)
- NYS Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) (335 employees)
The payroll data reflects pay received during the employer’s fiscal year ending in 2016. Previous updates include the FY2016 payrolls from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and Port Authority of NY & NJ.
Some individuals appear twice in the SeeThroughNY database because they perform work for both a public authority, such as a local IDA, and a state or local government agency. These individuals may receive compensation from only one or both employers.
To view the newly added data, visit SeeThroughNY.net/payrolls and select “Public Authorities” under “Branch/Major Category.”
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