New York Revises Fair Workweek Regulations

Speaking of Fair Workweek legislation, the New York Department of Labor has proposed revisions to the state’s law mandating minimum notice periods for employee work schedules and other employee notice requirements. The state mandate, different from the local law in effect in New York City, was implemented by the state DOL to establish the parameters…

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More Mid-term Analysis

As some of the midterm elections are still being debated and tabulated, we’re getting a much clearer picture on a host of ballot questions around the country. Democrats grabbed 7 new governorships along with 6 new chambers in state houses and 4 new Attorneys General, so the political landscape at the state level will change…

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Sexual Harassment Torrent Continues

The tsunami of allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior continued this week with its tentacles again reaching into political and journalistic environs with abandon. Garnering the bulk of the coverage are allegations against Alabama republican Senate nominee Judge Roy Moore. The chief beneficiary of the Judge’s troubles is democratic candidate Doug Jones, a former…

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