New York Employees Get Up To Three Hours of Paid Time Off to Vote​

A revision to New York’s election law gives workers in the state up to three hours of paid time off to vote, Governor Andrew Cuomo highlighted in an announcement released on April 1, 2019, about New York’s enacted budget for fiscal year 2020.

New York Employees Get Up To Three Hours of Paid Time Off to Vote​

A revision to New York’s election law gives workers in the state up to three hours of paid time off to vote, Governor Andrew Cuomo highlighted in an announcement released on April 1, 2019, about New York’s enacted budget for fiscal year 2020.

Take Five Newsletter: Prepping for Full Compliance! Five Important Legal Compliance Issues Impacting the Hospitality Industry

Hospitality Employers May Soon Face a Compliance Challenge: The New Proposed DOL Salary Threshold for “White Collar” Exemptions

Pregnancy-Tracking Apps Pose Challenges for Employees​

As more companies embrace health-tracking apps to encourage healthier habits and drive down healthcare costs, some employees are becoming uncomfortable with the amount and types of data the apps are sharing with their employers, insurance companies and others.

Avoiding Misclassification of Workers: Independent Contractor or Employee​

If you are a business owner, the proper identification of worker status is critical. The IRS and the Department of Labor routinely investigate to determine whether businesses are properly classifying their workers as independent contractors.

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