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February 28, 2019

HR Alert: New York State Abandons Proposed Call-In Regulations

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The New York State Department of Labor has opted not to implement the new proposed call-in regulations. This means the law on call-in pay in New York remains the same:  an employee who reports for work at her employer&#821…

Making Sense of New York’s Latest Proposed Rule For Call-In Pay

The Department of Labor issued a second round of proposed regulations regarding call-in pay for New York employees. The comment period on these regulations has ended but final regulations have not yet been published.   Nev…

HR Alert: NY’s GENDA Protects Gender Identity & Expression In The Workplace

Effective February 24, 2019, the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act became law in New York. It protects individuals from harassment or discrimination based on their gender identity or expression. For New York employe…

HR Alert: Natural Hair Is Protected For NYC Employees

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The NYC Commission on Human Rights now requires New York City employers to permit their employees to maintain natural hairstyles that are “ closely associated with their racial, ethnic, or cultural identities.” This includ…

Breaking: New York’s Child Victims Act To Protect Older Victims

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The Child Victims Act was signed into law in New York State on February 14, 2019. Here’s what you should know:  The law extends the statute of limitations for sexual abuse cases in which the victim was less than 18 years o…

Train the Trainers: Sexual Harassment Prevention

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New York Sexual Harassment Prevention Laws Training the Trainers CLE on April 11th The Coppola Firm announces a one-hour CLE on April 11, 2019 from 5:30-6:30.  The one-credit-hour CLE will give attorneys the tools they nee…

HR Alert: Individual Griping Isn’t Protected Activity

The National Labor Relations Board recently reduced employee protection for griping or complaining about work. The National Labor Relations Act allows employees to engage in protected concerted activity, including bad-mout…
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