Nothing herein shall:

Terms Used In N.Y. Labor Law 695-G

  • child care provider: shall mean :

    1. See N.Y. Labor Law 695-B

  • Indemnification: In general, a collateral contract or assurance under which one person agrees to secure another person against either anticipated financial losses or potential adverse legal consequences. Source: FDIC

1. Permit child care providers collectively the right to engage in a strike or to take work action to secure any right or privilege from the state or its agencies;

2. Render a child care provider a state officer or employee or in any way imply an employee-employer relationship with the state or its subdivisions, including but not limited to a public retirement system, public health insurance program, unemployment insurance, workers compensation, disability coverage, New York civil service law or indemnification under the public officers law;

3. Alter any current regulations, policies or procedures for health, safety, discipline inspection or enforcement applicable to child care providers or programs unless agreed to and enacted;

4. Interfere with the existing relationship between consumers and child care providers including existing rights of parents or guardians to change or terminate a provider’s service;

5. Interfere with any ability of child care providers or child care provider representatives to meet or correspond with any state agency with regard to any matter of relevance; and

6. Create any contractual right or obligations.