Alternative Work Schedule Launches

Alternative Work Schedule Launches

Alternative Work Schedule (AWS) launched April 1 at 13 consolidated developments: Farragut, Ingersoll, Marcy, Stuyvesant, Tompkins, and Whitman Houses in Brooklyn and Clinton, Dyckman, Harlem River, Polo Grounds Towers, Rangel, Riis, and Saint Nicholas Houses in Manhattan.

AWS is a new way of scheduling certain janitorial staff to ensure coverage at NYCHA buildings from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week, through five staggered schedules. It allows NYCHA to better maintain our buildings and be more responsive to residents.

AWS will be rolled out to all NYCHA developments within the next year. If you have any questions about AWS, please speak with your development’s property manager.

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