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New York DOL Proposes New Regulations for “Call-In” Pay and Employee Scheduling

USA - November 28 2017 New York employers may soon be subject to new scheduling and pay requirements pertaining to their non-exempt employees who work "on-call" shifts. New...

David W.D. Mitchell.


District Court Case Highlights Advantages of ERISA Severance Plans

USA - November 21 2017 Specialists have long touted certain significant advantages to employers that come along with maintaining ERISA severance plans, and a recent...

Ahuva Warburg, Martha N. Steinman.


New York’s New Paid Family Leave Law: What is it and Who is Covered?

USA - November 9 2017 Beginning January 1, 2018 nearly all private employers in New York must prepare for what some say is the most comprehensive paid family leave program...

David W.D. Mitchell.


New Draft Tax Bill Provisions Have the Potential to Dramatically Alter Executive Compensation

USA - November 8 2017 The new draft tax bill, unveiled last week by the Trump administration has many provisions which would significantly affect many businesses in the...

David W.D. Mitchell, Martha N. Steinman.


New York City Salary History Ban Now in Effect

USA - November 1 2017 The day has finally arrived. Yesterday, on October 31, 2017, a new law took effect prohibiting public and private employers of any size in New York...

David W.D. Mitchell.