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NYC Bans Questions on Salary History

A trend in local policymaking may indicate a positive step for women and minorities in combatting the wage gap as well as a tweak in the hiring process for employers. In November, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an...

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NY Minimum Wage, Redux

While it’s no surprise that minimum wage increased at the end of 2015, employers are well advised to periodically review their lower-wage earners in order to stay abreast of the annual increases slated for the next several...

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Talk, Talk, Talk

Under the National Labor Relations Act, a federal law that already governs much of the New York State workforce, an employer may not “hush up” its employees and prohibit their discussing compensation or, for that matter, any...

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Wages and Women

Governor Cuomo signed a bill in late October – effective January 19, 2016 – that prohibits wage discrimination in the workplace. Labor Law section 194(1) provides that when a man and woman work in the same setting...

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