The City has reached agreement with almost 93% of the workforce.
The Fall 2022 Annual Health Benefits Program Transfer Period for Employees and Retirees is November 1, 2022 through November 30, 2022.
Health plan changes requested during the Transfer Period will be effective January 1, 2023
The NYC EAP assists City employees and their families with personal issues of many kinds, including:
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What we eat plays a major role in our health, so be sure to nourish your well-being this November with WorkWell NYC!
Check out our virtual cooking demonstrations, healthy recipes, and other helpful resources that’ll help you eat well this month.
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The Office of Labor Relations (OLR) represents the Mayor in the conduct of all labor relations between the City of New York and labor unions representing employees of the City. In addition, OLR administers:
NEW news: New York City was notified on July 15, 2022 that Anthem/ Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield has withdrawn its participation in the NYC Medicare Advantage Plus Plan. The City and the Municipal Labor Committee continue to believe that a customized Medicare Advantage Plan provides the retirees, the City and its taxpayers with the best opportunity for high quality healthcare. We remain committed to moving forward with the program and are exploring alternative options.
NEGOTIATED ACQUISITION FOR HEALTH BENEFIT SERVICES FOR NEW YORK CITY EMPLOYEES, PRE-MEDICARE RETIREES, AND THEIR DEPENDENTS e-PIN: 00223N0002
NEW Information regarding the NYC Medicare Advantage Plus Plan