With his presidential campaign over, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is now back in the city full time – and it’s starting to show. What’s good for America, may not be great for New Yorkers with the Mayor back at Gracie Mansion full time. Last week, his administration brought action against Chipotle with the Mayor alleging that the fast casual restaurant chain had violated the Fair Workweek Law mandating “predictive scheduling” and requiring premium pay penalties for violations of the 2017 law. Chipotle has denied the charges and is fighting the city’s pursuit of $1 million in restitution and civil penalties. This week, the Mayor has begun pushing his plan to make retirement savings plans available for all employees whose employers do not offer retirement programs. Under the de Blasio plan, employees would have at least 3% of their paycheck withheld and deposited into a city-sponsored retirement plan administered by a third party investment firm selected by the city. Proponents claim there would be no cost for the program to employers. The New York City Council began holding hearings on the proposal this week.