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New York Employers Should Get Ready for New Paid Family Leave Law, May Begin Payroll Deductions Now

USA - July 7 2017 New York recently enacted the New York Paid Family Leave Law (PFL), which will require New York employers to fund a new state family leave program...

Appeals court upholds USDOL’s new minimum wage and overtime rules for home care workers employed by home health care agencies

USA - September 3 2015 Reversing a decision celebrated by employers in the home care industry, the U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that home health care agencies must comply...

Thomas F. Doherty, Mitchell Fishberg, Sami Asaad, Michel Bayonne.

Just in time for labor day employees you didn’t know were yours

USA - September 1 2015 The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") on August 27, 2015, issued a sweeping decision that overturned decades of precedent and created a new...

Thomas F. Doherty, Mitchell Fishberg, Michel Bayonne, Amy Haberman.

Update on the Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law: what employers need to do by July 1, 2015

USA - June 8 2015 The Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law (the "ESTL") becomes effective next month, imposing significant obligations on all employers to provide up to...

Thomas F. Doherty, Kristy L. Avino, Mitchell Fishberg, Amy Haberman.

New Jersey enacts “ban-the-box” law, limiting inquiries about criminal history during first phase of hiring process

USA - August 18 2014 New Jersey has enacted a law prohibiting employers with 15 or more employees from asking about a job applicant's criminal history until after a first...

Thomas F. Doherty, Zlatko Hadzismajlovic, Mitchell Fishberg, Amy Haberman.