Author: Stephanie Birmingham

02.02.23

NYCETC’s Statement on Gov. Hochul’s Fiscal Year 2024 Executive Budget Proposal

NEW YORK (Feb. 1, 2023) — Gregory J. Morris, CEO of the New York City Employment and Training Coalition, released the following statement on Gov. Kathy Hochul’s Fiscal Year 2024 Executive Budgetproposal: “Many of Gov. Hochul’s proposed investments to support New York’s workforce are encouraging and can potentially translate to meaningful improvements in the quality […]

02.02.23

Mayor Adams’ second city address promises more jobs, funding

Despite a boom in jobs, the unemployment rate for Black New Yorkers is over three times the rate of white New Yorkers.

02.01.23

NYC Workforce Weekly – 02.01.23

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02.01.23

NYCETC’s Statement on Mayor Eric Adams’ State of the City Address

What Mayor Adams said at his State of the City about jobs in New York is 100 percent true — our city needs a strong working class for it not only to survive but to thrive.

01.25.23

NYC Workforce Weekly – 01.25.23

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01.19.23

Pressure to Boost Spending Shapes City and State Budgets Despite Revenue Risks

Industry groups and advocates put the heat on Adams and Hochul to tap higher-than-expected tax revenue for housing, homeless shelters, job training and more.

01.19.23

NYC’s Unsettled Covid-19 Era Labor Market: The Case for an Active Labor Market Policy

NYC’s Unsettled Covid-19 Era Labor Market: The Case for an Active Labor Market PolicyNew report reveals uneven New York City labor market continues to hit low-wage workers the hardest. Read the report NEW YORK (Jan. 19, 2023) — An uneven labor market continues to have the hardest impact on the city’s most vulnerable workers, according […]

01.18.23

NYC Workforce Weekly – 01.18.23

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01.12.23

NYCETC’s Statement on Mayor Eric Adams’ Fiscal Year 2024 Preliminary Budget

NEW YORK (Jan. 12, 2023) — Gregory J. Morris, CEO of the New York City Employment and Training Coalition, released the following statement on Mayor Adams’ Fiscal Year 2024 Preliminary Budget: “As we review Mayor Adams’ recent preliminary budget, the NYC Employment and Training Coalition appreciates the administration’s on-going commitment to equity and the importance […]

01.11.23

NYC Workforce Weekly – 01.11.23

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01.11.23

NYCETC’s Statement on Governor Hochul’s 2023 State of the State Address

Yesterday, Governor Hochul laid out an ambitious vision for New York and rightly acknowledged the challenges that hundreds of thousands of minimum wage workers face and the support necessary to ensure all New Yorkers can access the improved quality of life they deserve. The NYC Employment and Training Coalition remains encouraged by the Hochul administration’s […]

01.04.23

Appointment of Karen Ford as Executive Director of the Mayor’s Office of Nonprofit Services

The New York City Employment and Training Coalition is excited to congratulate Karen Ford on her appointment as the first Executive Director of the newly created Mayor’s Office of Nonprofit Services. Karen is an experienced leader across sectors, most recently serving as Chief Operating Officer of NYCETC member HELP USA. We are confident that she […]