Health Services Signed Contract   March 3, 2008  to March 2, 201

Read the new Health Services Contract here.

At our last meeting on January 7, 2015, the Local 768 Election Committee gave its report on the just-conducted elections for officers. Several protests have been filed, and a meeting will be held at which the Committee will review and decide on the protests this coming Wednesday, January 14th, at 6p at DC 37. All Local 768 members can attend. Interim election results were also released.

The members approved the minutes of the last meeting, and also heard from Treasurer Caroline Hilton who gave the monthly report on the Local’s finances. Brother Reid, in his President’s Report, spoke of a DC 37 summit meeting of Local Presidents which will take place at the end of the month with our new Executive Director, Henry Garrido. Brother Reid will advance an activist agenda that calls for a meaningful response to the increasing concentration of wealth in our society and the steady stripping away of Union and working class power.


After the meeting, he addressed members concerns informally.

Here are the new Pay Orders for our titles, as per the new contract: 2010-2017 Memorandum of Agreement; Social Services Pay Order 2011-2014; Blue Collar (Supervisory) Pay Order 2011-2014; Health Services Pay Order 2011-2014; Blue Collar (Non-Supervisory) Pay Order 2011-2014

Video Updates from Our Meetings

Brothers and Sisters,

As you know, the membership of our Local and DC 37 has approved the 2010-2017 contract agreement by a very large majority.

Here is the complete agreement, for your review and your reference: DC37MemorandumOfAgreement2010to2017.

Here is the schedule for your retroactive back pay: Pay Dates for Rate and Retroactive Monies. The checks are going out in October.

Here are the pay orders for our various bargaining units: Pay Orders Blue Collar, Pay Orders Health Services, Pay Orders Social Services.

Here is the City’s memo which describes how the lump sum is to be paid out: OLR Interpretive Memorandum No 102 (8-26-14).

Here are Examples of Salaries and Back Pay showing the back wages which would be paid under this proposed agreement and the raises going forward.


Fitz Reid President Local 768 DC 37 AFSCME AFL-CIO

Health Services Local 768 is New York City’s third-largest Union of health care workers. Our approximately 4,000 members work primarily for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, and the Offices of the five New York City District Attorneys. We bring a better quality of life to the 8.4 million New Yorkers and to the millions of other commuters who are here on a regular basis. We also are ready to serve the estimated 50 million tourists who come to New York each year.

Local 768 DC 37 is headquartered at District Council 37, which is located at 125 Barclay Street in lower Manhattan. We’re at room 768, and reachable via telephone at 212-815-1000.  You can e-mail President Reid at: president@local768.org