Starting November 1, New York City employers will be required to disclose minimum and maximum salaries for job openings. Tae-Youn Park can discuss how the pay transparency law will narrow gender and racial pay gaps and how the change could impact companies.
Russell Weaver says the redistricting serves as an opportunity to create fair and sensible plans for the collective interests of neighborhoods and communities – instead of politics and incumbency protection.
Risa Lieberwitz, professor of labor and employment law at Cornell’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, comments on Mayor de Blasio's announcement of a vaccine mandate for private sector workers in New York City.
Angela Odoms-Young is the Director of the New York State Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program and was on the committee to develop the nutrition standards for the National School Lunch Program/School Breakfast Program.
Cornell University experts are available to interview on the benefits and risks associated any new tree planting initiative. New York City’s five borough presidents are calling on Mayor Eric Adams to plant a million new trees by 2030.