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The Department of Human Services said applicants now have until Oct. 31 to turn in missing documents.
Dubbed the “Freelancers Hub,” it will also serve as the headquarters for the Freelancers Union, which represents more than 500,000 independent workers across the country.
A report by the Center for an Urban Future asked prominent New Yorkers, including former city officials and industry leaders, how New York City could become a more equitable place.
An array of uncertainties threaten to slow or thwart the ongoing recovery and drive up the city’s budget shortfalls in the coming years.
The bill would regulate the state’s temp worker industry that employs roughly 130,000 people.
Under state law, the minimum wage will increase to $15 an hour by 2024.
City agencies can resume hiring as long as their submitted savings plans are approved by the city's budget office.
By one estimate, a federal backlog of asylum seekers waiting for work authorization runs into the 'tens of thousands.'
Community groups, residents would get a voice in siting decisions, and the structures would be barred from some areas.
Several stations in northern New Jersey got down to $3.99 this week. Drivers say they'll take what they can get.