New Year, New Requirements

Similar to the experience we’ve seen with minimum wages over the past few years, the proliferation of so-called workplace fairness issues such as paid sick leave, predictive scheduling, pay equity and the like has been unrelenting and gaining steam recently. We would expect to see more of these issues surfacing in more locations in 2019.…

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New York Expands Mothers’ Breastfeeding Rights

The state of New York didn’t worry about sodium intake as much as it did the breastfeeding environment for working mothers.  Effective January 1, 2016, S.05183, signed into law by Governor Cuomo just before Thanksgiving, expands the rights working mothers must be granted by their employers.  Federal law requires that breastfeeding mothers be given a…

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New Jersey Member Meeting

New York and New Jersey franchise owners will want to mark their calendars for “The 1-2-3s of Employment Law – Hot Topics” on Tuesday, December 15 at the Doubletree Hotel Newark Airport.  The program will feature Attorney Tracy Armstrong, a partner and Executive Director of the firm Davison, Eastman and Munoz.  Ms. Armstrong, who has…

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Tale of Two Rulings

Employment law issues seem to be monopolizing the headlines of late and this past week was no exception, but one could call the series even in light of two decisions at the federal level.  On the one hand, the federal court upheld the termination of an employee for violating the company’s no-call/no show policy.  The…

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