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Final Rules Adopted Clarifying Employers’ Obligations under the New York City Earned Sick Time Act

The New York City Earned Sick Time Act (ESTA or the Act) went into effect on April 1, 2014, giving many New York City employees up to 40 hours of paid sick time per year. Since March, the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA)...more

New York City Employers Face Tougher Disability Accommodation Standards

In Romanello v. Intesa Sanpaolo, S.p.A., the New York Court of Appeals adopted the broad reading of an employer’s duty to accommodate a disabled employee under the New York City Human Rights Law (City HRL), as initially set...more

Proposed Regulations Clarify New York Employers’ Wage Deduction Rights

Last year, Governor Cuomo signed into law new legislation, effective November 2012, which amended New York Labor Law section 193 to permit employers to make deductions for wage overpayments due to mathematical or clerical...more

Proposed New York City Law Would Be First in Nation to Provide a Private Right of Action for Discrimination Against the Unemployed

The New York City Council recently passed a proposed law (Bill 814-A) that would prohibit employers in the city from discriminating against unemployed individuals. Although Mayor Bloomberg has promised to veto the bill, the...more

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