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Gig Workers, 1099s, and Independent Contractors. Are they Being Paid Correctly?
Split Shift Regulation
Accommodations For Disabled Workers
The Executive Exemption from Overtime Requirements.
"At will employment" explained
New York's "Spread of Hours" Pay Rules
The Administrative Exemption from Overtime.
Latest Employment Articles
Requiring all Employees to Return to Work in the Office? Might not be so Easy, says EEOC
In view of the mass remote work arrangements that have been implemented in the course of the pandemic, employers will have a tougher time justifying denials of accommodation requests where employees seek to work from home.
New NY Law Creates Strict Wage Liability for Construction Industry Contractors
New York Gov. Hochul has signed some of the strictest wage and hour legislation in the country, which will make contractors in the construction industry jointly and severally liable for wages owed to employees of its subcontractors.
NYC's Fair Workweek Act Imposes Additional Requirements for Employers
NYC's “Fair Workweek” legislative package that is designed to ensure predictability of schedules and paychecks for workers in the in New York City fast food and retail industries requires employers in these industries to be diligent
Fair Credit Reporting Act Developments
In another non-employment case with employment impact, the U.S. Supreme Court reiterated that only a plaintiff who has suffered concrete harm may bring suit for damages under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) – the federal law governing background checks, including for employment purposes. Nonetheless, this case serves to remind employers of the need to comply with the technical requirements of FCRA.