New York Governor Kathy Hochul recently signed legislation into law that will bar employers from accessing the personal social media accounts of employees and prospective employees.
Articles About New York Labor And Employment Law.
Employers in New York will soon be required to provide employees with notice of their eligibility for unemployment benefits when an employer reduces an employee’s hours or where there is an interruption of continued employment resulting in total or partial unemployment.
On September 15, 2023, the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection adopted new amended rules related to New York City’s Earned Safe and Sick Time Act. The amended rules take effect on October 15, 2023.
New York City is still undertaking efforts to become the first major U.S. city to implement a minimum pay-rate for app-based restaurant delivery workers.
A recently enacted New York State law that took effect immediately restricts employers’ use of employment agreements which require that employees assign to their employer rights to inventions that were created by the employee on his/her own time and without the use of the employer’s resources.
The post New York
In August 2021, New York’s Department of Health adopted an emergency rule 10 N.Y.C.R.R. § 2.61 (the Rule) directing hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, adult care facilities, and other identified healthcare entities to “continuously require” certain of their employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The Rule established a medical exemption to the vaccination requirement, but—
When the Workers’ Compensation Law was enacted in 1914, it was designed as a compromise between employers and employees.
Pay transparency obligations are in effect in New York State, and the state Department of Labor has issued employer guidance and proposed regulations.
On September 21, 2023, the New York Department of Health (DOH) issued guidance addressing the due dates for Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MMCOs), Certified Home Health Agencies (CHHAs), Licensed Home Care Services Agencies (LHCSAs), and Fiscal Intermediaries (FIs) to submit various Home Care Worker Wage Parity Law (WPL) compliance
New York City adopted changes to its sick and safe time regulations, effective October 15, 2023. The changes clarify coverage issues for telecommuters and hybrid employees, employer headcount and coverage thresholds, and advance notice and documentation requirements. Additionally, the changes clarify employers’ responsibility to
On July 21, 2023, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed Assembly Bill No. S3128/A4694 into law,1 which implements an aggressive tax treatment of nonresidents who work for New Jersey employers.
On September 15, 2023, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law a new section of the New York Labor Law limiting the assignment of inventions by employees to their employers. Specifically, Section 203-f of the Labor Law renders unenforceable provisions in employment agreements that require employees to assign certain
Just days before New York State’s pay transparency law went into effect, the state labor department unveiled new proposed regulations that seek to clarify employers’ obligations under the new law.
NY Department of Labor has published proposed regulations governing the state’s salary transparency law, which took effect September 17, 2023. Law requires employers to post salary ranges in job advertisements for positions that will be performed, in whole or in part, in New York,
On September 13, 2023, the NY DOL released proposed pay transparency regulations.