Join us Friday at 11am for our next ThinkNY webinar. This month, we’ll dive into the Taylor Law, New York’s public-sector collective bargaining law.

The Taylor Law plays a huge role in how state agencies, local governments and school districts operate, with union contracts influencing not only the cost of government services but also how those services are delivered.

Participants will learn about the law’s origins, how it functions and how New York’s system compares to other states.

Presenter: Ken Girardin, Director of Research, Empire Center
Date: 11:00 AM, March 15th, 2024

 

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