New York State has passed sweeping changes to its sexual harassment laws. All New York employers are required to provide…
In 2015, New York State’s Human Rights Law was amended to include all employers regardless of the number of employees. Previously, the law only applied to employers with four or more employees. Now, all employees are protected against sexual harassment. Additionally, plaintiffs that win their sexual harassment case are eligible to have their legal fees reimbursed.
New York recently passed the 2016-17 State Budget, which includes a paid family leave policy and an increased minimum wage plan.
New York State’s amendment to the Real Property Law prohibits housing discrimination against domestic violence victims.
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On May 18, 2016, the Department of Labor published final rule changing overtime exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The new regulations change only the salaries tests for exemption and will be in effect on December 1, 2016.
As of October 13, 2010, changes were made to various aspects of New York’s spousal support laws. As of that date, spousal support was no longer awarded based largely at the court’s discretion.
What parents don’t always realize is that once their children turn eighteen, they lose access to medical records, private information, bank accounts, and more, even if their child is still listed as a dependent and under their health insurance.
You might want to pay your taxes before posting a professional profile or making a financial boast on a social-networking site, the tax man’s new tool for tracking deadbeats.
On August 15, 2010, Governor Patterson signed into law the 2010 Divorce Reform Act, which revolutionizes the manner in which marriecouples may obtain a divorce in New York State.
On April 9, 2011, Governor Patterson signed a new law that will, for the first time, require employers to clearly and unambiguously disclose pay rates, commissions, and bonus structures and in written disclosures provided to employees on a routine basis.