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The Mayor of the City of New York as the city's chief executive office has the authority to issue orders to the executive branch, agencies, offices, divisions, bureaus. Generally these orders are concerning the implementation of laws and or mayoral policies. The Mayoral Executive orders may be amended, modified, or repealed by subsequent orders.
Mayoral Executive Order 94 - 3 is a current Mayoral Executive order, a Directive to All City agency heads implemented September 14th, 1994 by then honorable Mayor Rudoph W. Guiliani (overtime reporting & monitoring) that supersedes the repealed Mayoral Executive order 7, that was implemented on March 26th, 1990 by then honorable Mayor David Dinkins. Till this day many if not all agencies heads have failed to provide their employees a copy of this directive nor do the city employees know of this Mayoral Executive Order as they should.
The purpose of these Mayoral Executive orders are to provide city employees their fair & equitable amounts of overtime and to curb abuse of overtime, however via what I like to call the "FAVCRONEPOTISM" SYSTEM [favoritism, cronyism, nepotism] and managements neglect to properly inform its employees of these executive orders, they continue to be circumvented and overtime is not dispersed equitably and accordingly.
Mayoral Executive order 94-3 section 8 explicitly States "review of Top earners"- agency heads shall personally review the top earners in their agency at least quarterly to ensure that overtime is being distributed equitably and to avoid potential abuse."
Section 9 of the aforementioned order explicitly States "Notification"-agency heads shall issue immediately a notification to staff to ensure that they are aware of these overtime guidelines and that overtime control is a major concern of the administration."
Despite the aforementioned none are being followed.
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