It’s nonetheless a person’s world in New York Metropolis authorities on the subject of getting paid the large bucks, a brand new research of payroll knowledge discovered.
An evaluation by the watchdog group Openthebooks.com reveals that of the highest 200 highest-paid metropolis staff final yr, solely three — 1.5 % — have been ladies.
“Perhaps it’s time to maneuver the `Fearless Woman’ sculpture in entrance of Metropolis Corridor,” stated OpenThe Books CEO Adam Andrzejewski, referring to the statue
close to Wall Road.
The report of compensation consists of salaries and additional time.
The highest paid feminine public worker was LaGuardia Group School president Gail Mellow, who made $282,853.
Two different ladies who landed spots within the prime 200 have been chief actuary Sherry Chan ($279,one hundred thirty five) and Queensboro Group School president Diane Name ($277,953).
In some businesses, the place ladies comprise a good portion of the workforce, the disparity was obvious.
The Division of Citywide Administrative Providers employed forty seven of the highest 200 prime-incomes metropolis staff — and all have been males.
The New York Metropolis Housing Authority employed 34, however none was a lady.
“Ladies are undervalued within the workforce in each sector — together with the general public sector,” stated state Sen. Diane (D-Savino), a former welfare case employee and vice chairman of Social Service Staff Union Native 371.
She acknowledged most of the prime 200 earners are in male dominated businesses — the NYPD, FDNY, and the Corrections Division.
However Savino argued that staff in feminine-dominated businesses that do essential work — akin to case staff for welfare, baby safety and schooling — are paid much less throughout-the-board than these from male dominated businesses with comparable credentials.
“In occupations have been you might have comparable schooling credentials, ladies make much less. This can be a professional drawback,” Savino stated.
“Why are ladies doing probably the most troublesome duties — social service case staff — paid much less. There’s one thing inherently improper with that.”
Six staff — all males — cleared $four hundred,000.
Topping the record was warden Victor Vazqeux, who made $445,490.