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Camilo v. Parrilla Latina Restaurant, et al., Case No.: 18-cv-09163(JPO)

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Judge grants Conditional Certification of Collective Action in the Southern District of New York

Camilo v. Parrilla Latina Restaurant, et al., Case No.: 18-cv-09163(JPO)

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New York Expands Rights for Civil Service Workers

Disciplinary Action

On September 7, 2017, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an amendment to Civil Service Law Section 75 extending notice and hearing rights to “Labor Class” employees after five years of continuous service. Previously, Labor Class employees (who were not veterans or exempt volunteer firefighters) were not afforded the right to written disciplinary charges and a hearing when facing charges that could impose a reprimand, fine, suspension without pay, demotion, or termination. After the recent amendment, all Labor Class employees with five years of continuous service will receive the protections of Civil Service Law Section 75, entitling them to a disciplinary notice and hearing. These protections are effective as of September 7, 2018, and Labor Class employees should familiarize themselves with their new rights; a brief outline is provided below.

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