Mayor Brandon Johnson on Monday announced he's appointed Bridget Early to serve as the city's first-ever deputy mayor for labor relations. Early has prior experience serving as director of membership and strategic alliances for the National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems, as executive director of the National Public Pension Coalition and as director of legislative and political affairs for the Chicago Federation of Labor, according to a news release from Johnson. “I’m thrilled to welcome Bridget as Chicago’s new Deputy Mayor for Labor Relations and continue to build upon our city’s rich history of uplifting working families and fighting for economic justice for all workers,” Johnson said in the news release. “I look forward to her partnership in creating pathways to jobs, improving working conditions, and supporting the working people who make our city run.”
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