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No Summer Break For New York State's And New York City's Anti-Sexual Harassment Protections
With the summer (and many vacations) now in full swing, it would be easy for employers to miss the anti-sexual harassment protections
United States
20 Jul 2018
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New York City Mandates Cooperative Dialogue For Accommodation Requests
New York City maintains some of the most expansive and comprehensive human rights laws in the nation.
United States
25 Apr 2018
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Off-Duty Emails May Be Compensable (Or Not)
Nevertheless, a long history of emails and texts during "off work" hours could be a problem.
United States
21 Aug 2017
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Could Wellness Programs Be Making Your Company "Sick?" The Potential Perils Of Collecting Biometric Data About Employees
Wearable devices that track and record personal biometric data are hardly new to the technology scene.
United States
23 Mar 2017
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SCOTUS Sends Auto Workers Back To Circuit Court For Overtime Regulation "Repairs"
You may not even know the technical name for workers at the local car dealership who diagnose what is wrong with your vehicle and tell you how it can be repaired.
United States
11 Oct 2016
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NYC Lays Down Law (And The Wave Of The Future?) On Gender Identity Discrimination
The first aim of the Commission's guidance, which builds on long-standing protections against transgender discrimination found New York City's Human Rights Law, is to redefine the vernacular common to gender identity discussions...
United States
26 May 2016
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Paid Parental Leave: Boston Starts Another Party
In a recent trail blazing move, Boston's Mayor Martin J. Walsh signed an ordinance establishing paid parental leave for city employees.
United States
7 Jul 2015
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As The Late, Great Joan Rivers Would Say, "Can We Talk" (About Our Salaries)? The Answer May Soon Be "Yes"
Employees of federal contractors, who previously have dwelled silently – and often unknowingly – in the gender and race pay chasm, may soon have a new tool to help them build a bridge across the gap.
United States
22 Jan 2015
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The Creeping Union Part II: Why You Should Start Planning Now
Two recent cases decided within a week of each other this July – Macy's, Inc. and The Neiman Marcus Group, Inc. – demonstrate the current boundaries set by the NLRB.
United States
17 Sep 2014
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The Creeping Union Part I: Could A "Micro-Union" Happen To You?
Is it ever too early for a startup business to consider the potential impact of unionized labor on future operations?
United States
16 Sep 2014
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Micro Unions Are Here To Stay: Cosmetics Workers Made Up For Unionizing But Shoes Salespeople Need To Find A Better Fit
The question – or controversy, depending on who you talk to – about the propriety of "micro-units" or "micro-unions" has been a pressing issue for employers
United States
11 Aug 2014
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Third Circuit Rules: Big Cheese Is No Employee
In its 2003 decision in Clackamas Gastroenterology Associates, P.C. v. Wells, the United States Supreme Court utilized a six-factor analysis, with no one factor being determinative, to assess whether a shareholder-director of a professional corporation is also considered an "employee" for purposes of the ADA.
United States
2 Sep 2013
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