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New York Employers – If You Can Make It Here, You Can Make It Anywhere (except California, maybe)

May 21, 2022
There’s a saying that if you can comply with California’s employment laws, then you’ve done enough. Now whether that’s an actual saying or just a saying in our circles, New York won’t be one-upped! This week, we’re discussing a slew of employee-friendly legislation in the Empire...

A Piñata Full of Employment Law Surprises . . .

May 6, 2022
If this newsletter were a piñata, it’d be shaped like a caution sign. In this edition, we discuss recent developments in wage and arbitration laws that you should know (plus, a follow up to our last post and a good reminder to update your existing employee documents). We’ve also sprinkled...

The Most Common Way Businesses Get Sued (Part 3 of 3): The COVID-19 Edition

May 2, 2022
Employers – brace yourselves. COVID-19 disrupted all of our lives, but it also changed the rules of the workplace. New rules, vague guidance, lack of judicial precedent, and employees out of work or making less money. This is the perfect recipe for costly litigation. Our first post in this...
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A Little Bit of Spring Cleaning – Is Your House in Order?

April 23, 2022
We are officially one (!) month (!) into Spring. The birds are chirping, pollen is blooming, and we’re already dreaming of summer vacations. We’re also focused on “spring cleaning” – getting our “houses” in order. Which makes us wonder: is your business’s house in order? Here...

The Most Common Way Businesses Get Sued (Part 2 of 3)

April 22, 2022
In this series, we’re outlining the most common ways businesses and their owners get sued and what can be done to minimize that risk. Our first post in this series focused on employees. In this post, we’ll focus on contracts. Why Contracts Matter Because every business needs them! As a...
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