On February 18, 2019, the San Francisco Board of Directors adopted the Citywide Project Labor Agreement Ordinance (section 6.27 of the SF Administrative Code). The settlement prompted the city to negotiate a proposed laboratory agreement (PLA) with the San Francisco Building Construction Trades Council. On July 14, 2020, the Citywide Project Labor Agreement came into effect. Contractors who carry out commercial work on COVERED PROJECTS are required: the city-wide contract, which is still in effect in 2018, deals with general working conditions and other non-salary conditions. Issues such as time and leave, the right to health insurance, staffing and salary practices, and overtime are negotiated under the citywide Contract. The Citywide Contract is described as non-economic because it does not set salaries, but it has an impact on members` paperbacks. For example, public holidays, annual holidays, extra hours, meal and car allowances, and differences in shift work are fixed. Non-mayoral agencies: (z.B. Transit Authority, Housing Authority, Board of Ed and CUNY.) The city-wide contract does not cover these workers.

Talk to your union representative or local president for contracts for these agencies. If you ask for information, please provide your title and your agency. Hours of a work week (Article II and Appendix A) Leave (Article V, Section 9) Leave Allowance (Article III) Difference per post (Article III) Overtime (Article IV) Sick period (Article V) Annual Leave (Article V) Full-time Workers` Rights (Article I, Section 5) Basic Appeal Procedure (Article XV) Dismissal procedure for non-competitive workers (Article XVII, sections 3 and 4) Safety and Health (Article XIV) Dominant employees (also known as “220 employees”): employees who are the main employees are covered by the counters` findings. Talk to your union representative or local president for a copy of your determination. If you ask for information, please provide your title and your agency. (For more information, please visit the NYC Comptroller website) A complete list of covered titles can be found in Appendix A. Cultural Institutions and Libraries: Institutions such as the New York Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Museum, all botanical gardens, American Museum of Natural History, etc. are covered by separate contracts. To obtain a copy of your contract, please contact your union representative or local president.

If you ask for information, please provide your title and your agency. Seasonal: Please contact your union representative or local president for a copy of your contract. If you ask for information, please provide your title and your agency. COVERED PROJECTS are those promoted by the San Francisco Department of Public Works and/or the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department that meet the following criteria: Cerfified Local Business Enterprises (LBEs) are exempt until $5 million in payments are spent on covered projects.