The ruling stems from a case brought by 16 employees at the Department of Sanitation who were fired for failing to comply with the mandate. The court ruled that the city owes the workers back pay from the time they were fired.
Judge Ralph Porzio wrote in his ruling that while the city’s health commissioner has the authority to issue public health mandates, he “cannot create a new condition of employment” or “terminate employees.”Michael P. Senger
What judge? What mandate? What decision? Google wants us NOT TO KNOW
Mark Crispin Miller wasn’t impressed with the search engine’s indexing of the story.
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