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By Jeffrey Csercsevits
On July 25, 2019, New York Governor Anthony Cuomo signed the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (SHIELD Act) into law.
By Franklin Wolf
The new law – set to take effect on September 29 – also includes other pay equity provisions that will require you to immediately adjust your hiring practices.
By Todd A. Fredrickson
When drafted properly, employee handbooks are guidelines on your expectations, policies and benefits; it can be the cornerstone of your defense when an employee
By Steven Cupp
Let's face it: Your handbook is likely out of date, even if it has been updated in the past few years. Labor and employment laws have undergone, and continue to undergo
By Robert M. Robenalt
As auto dealers and many other business owners have discovered, the opioid crisis is having a significant impact on the American workforce. Employers have been forced to address the crisis in many way
By Timothy Scott
Despite best efforts to police employees and protect customers and business partners, chances are high that dealerships will have to investigate allegations of theft in the workplace
By Benjamin J. Ross, Travis Vance
Ever wonder what the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) would do if an employer refused to pay a fine?
By Caroline Brown
While stakeholders await final regulations on the white-collar exemptions (a/k/a Overtime Rule 2.0), regular rate, and joint employment, WHD has started sending the White House
By Kristin R.B. White
he PPL is being issued for public comment prior to being final despite MSHA noting that the PPL is not to be considered rulemaking.
By Dana Chang
With employment laws in a constant state of flux, it is important for employers to periodically review and revise their employee handbooks to ensure that policies
By Cheryl Pinarchick
A growing number of states and cities are banning questions about an applicants salary history. The move is designed to help close the pay gap by stopping new salaries from being set off
By Richard Meneghello
A California State Senate leader may have thrown cold water on the idea that we will see a 2019 legislative solution to the misclassification debate that would preserve the gig
By Ashby Angell
In an effort to improve employee wellness, some employers have chosen to entice and incentivize employee participation by offering fitness trackers that track steps, workouts, physical location,
By Melissa Osipoff
New York Governor Cuomo just signed into effect an amendment to state law which expressly prohibits discrimination against employees based on clothing or facial hair worn in accordance with the employee's religion.
By Margaret Burnham
As predicted, Washington's legislature has been busy over the past few months passing new laws that directly impact how employers conduct business
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