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New Law Permits NYC Employees to Make Temporary Changes to Work Schedules

USA - February 5 2018 Effective July 18, 2018, New York City employers will be required to allow employees who have been employed for at least 120 days and who work at...

Aaron Warshaw.

New York State’s Minimum Wage and Tip Credits Will Increase Effective December 31, 2017

USA - December 5 2017 As we have previously reported, New York State's Minimum Wage Orders set forth a schedule that provides for the automatic annual increase of, among...

Stephanie L. Aranyos.

New York’s Highest Court Establishes Lowered Threshold for Punitive Damages Under New York City Law

USA - December 1 2017 In Chauca v. Abraham, No. 113 (November 20, 2017), the New York State Court of Appeals clarified the standard for awarding punitive damages under the...

Aaron Warshaw.

Albany County: The Newest Jurisdiction to Prohibit Salary History Inquiries

USA - November 29 2017 The Albany County Legislature recently amended the Human Rights Law for Albany County to join New York City, Philadelphia, Massachusetts, Delaware...

Aaron Warshaw.

NYC Commission on Human Rights Releases FAQs on Salary History Law in Advance of October 31 Effective Date

USA - October 18 2017 As we previously reported in April of 2017 and May of 2017, New York City employers may want to prepare for the New York City salary history law...

Aaron Warshaw.