By Tracey I. Levy
Retaliation is a thorny problem. There are a multitude of laws at the federal, state and local level that are intended to protect employees’ rights in the workplace. But those protections amount to little if employees are un... Read More..
By Tracey I. Levy
New guidance issued by the New York City Commission of Human Rights expounds on both the breadth, and the limitations, of the city’s new wage transparency law. The law, which we discussed in our prior Read More..
By: Alexandra Lapes and Tracey I. Levy
Employers in New York face a panoply of overlapping and inconsistent obligations at the local, state and federal levels as the government seeks to contend with the latest threats from COVID-19. New York i... Read More..
By Tracey Levy and Alexandra Lapes
With the goal of getting employees back to work safely while ensuring business continuity, and in compliance with local, state, and federal laws, employers should consider the following key measures to take as... Read More..
By Tracey I. Levy, Esq. and Alexandra Lapes, Esq.
Just over a year after New York enacted sweeping protections against sexual harassment, Governor Cuomo today signed into law further amendments to the New York State Human Rights Law to provide ... Read More..
By: Tracey I. Levy and Alexandra Lapes
Employers in Westchester County must pay close attention to legal developments at the county level, as the past ten months have brought an unprecedented array of new mandates specific to p... Read More..
Recent changes to New York State law regarding prevention of sexual harassment will require employers to revisit existing policies to comply with newly-mandated provisions, as summarized in our lead story from Takeaways, Read More..
Beginning this fall, employers in New York State will be required to provide interactive harassment prevention training to employees. This is not a new concept – such training has been mandated for years in California, Connecticut and Maine – but... Read More..