Joining a trend sweeping the country, Connecticut lawmakers passed a bill that introduces a schedule to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour by
Effective since May 20, 2019, the New York City Human Rights Law prohibits discrimination relating to an employee’s “sexual and reproductive health
The Westchester County Board of Legislators has adopted a stand-alone safe leave law that provides victims of domestic violence and human trafficking
As measles outbreaks affect New York City and major California counties, employers should understand the best practices for ensuring the health and
Effective immediately, New York’s amended voting leave law requires employers to provide employees with “up to three” hours of paid time off to vote
As a result of Hurricane Sandy a number of issues have arisen concerning the payment of wages.
With one signature on September 7, 2012, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has made the business community very happy by amending New York State labor law 193 to expand the scope of permissible deductions from an employee’s wages.
On June 20, 2012, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Revenue Ruling 2012-18 to clarify and update existing guidelines on taxation issues affecting the hospitality industry.
Since 1989, New York law has required employers to provide written notice to employees whose employment has been terminated.
It is imperative that employers comply with all of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s requirements, and be able to provide proof of adherence to protect themselves in court.