NYC Office of Labor Policy and Standards Seeks Research Analyst

The Office of Labor Policy and Standards (“the Office,” “OLPS”), which provides workers in New York City a voice in City government, is responsible for enforcing the City’s municipal labor laws such as the Earned Sick Time Act and the Fair Workweek Laws, implementing the Freelance Isn’t Free Act, expanding outreach and public education efforts, and conducting research and data analysis to recommend efforts to achieve workplace equity for women, communities of color, immigrants, refugees, and other vulnerable workers.

The OLPS Research Analyst will collaborate with other OLPS staff in carrying out a robust research and policy agenda. The Research Analyst will conduct workforce and industry analysis and produce research and policy reports and other written materials to inform the Office’s work and serve the broader mission of the Office. The ideal candidate has experience conducting labor market research and industry analysis using both qualitative and quantitative methods, expertise in workers’ rights issues, excellent writing skills, and a track record of producing high-quality research and policy reports.

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