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Category: Employment Law – For Employers


Employers should be mindful of employment laws when snowstorms or other emergencies disrupt business

With Winter weather around the corner, employers should make sure they understand and are in compliance with all federal employment laws. Snowstorms—and other types of emergency…

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EEOC expands rule to help those with disabilities obtain jobs in federal government

Although a growing number of disabled Americans are finding jobs, disabilities continue to be an obstacle to obtaining employment for many. The unemployment rate among disabled…

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New York’s pregnancy discrimination laws aim to guide employers, protect workers—but it still happens

Although discrimination against pregnant women in the workplace violates federal and New York state law, it still happens in businesses and industries across the state.…

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Employers should update hiring practices as restrictions on salary history inquiries increase

As more states and municipalities increasingly adopt laws and regulations that restrict employers from requesting current pay rates and salary history from job applicants,…

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Thank a veteran! Then hire one to become eligible for a tax break

The benefits of hiring a military veteran seem obvious—veterans generally are loyal, honest, hard-working and well-trained leaders (the list goes on). But did you know that…

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New York City Employers Must Scramble to Update Their Sexual Harassment Policies

New York City businesses will need to update their sexual harassment policies in a hurry, as new city and state laws are taking effect over the next 12 months. The New York City…

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Proposed New York City Bill Would Disconnect Employers from Employees After Hours

Another change to New York City’s labor and employment laws is under consideration by the City Council. This one would impact employers’ abilities to communicate with their…

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Telecommuting and Employment Law

According to the 2017 State of Telecommuting in the U.S. Employee Workforce Report, nearly 4 million U.S. employees – almost 3 percent of the U.S. labor force – work from home…

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50 Years after ADEA, Age Discrimination Remains a Problem

50 Years after ADEA, Age Discrimination Remains a Problem The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) is 50 years old. Yet, the protections it put in place for older employees…

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Fair Chance Act Continues New York City’s Pattern of Out-pacing New York State in Hiring Practices

Fair Chance Act Continues New York City’s Pattern of Out-pacing New York State in Hiring Practices New York City continues to outpace the rest of New York State in terms of…

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