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Albany County, New York Passes Salary History Ban

Seyfarth Synopsis: In line with a wave of salary history bans going into effect across the country, Albany County, New York just passed its own salary history ban. ...more

UPDATE: New York City Commission on Human Rights Releases Additional Guidance and FAQs on the New York City Salary History Law

Seyfarth Synopsis: The New York City Commission on Human Rights (the “Commission”) recently issued additional guidance in the form of “Frequently Asked Questions” on the Salary History Law that goes into effect on October 31,...more

Update: New York City Commission on Human Rights Issues Fact Sheets Regarding the NYC Salary History Ban

Seyfarth Synopsis: On September 12, 2017, the New York City Commission on Human Rights released two eagerly-awaited Fact Sheets to aid in the interpretation of the NYC salary history ban, which goes into effect on October 31,...more

SEC Targets Employment Agreements Requiring Waiver of Whistleblower Awards

The SEC’s Office of the Whistleblower continues to examine employee severance, settlement and confidentiality agreements for language that might chill reporting of securities violations to the SEC and other regulators. The...more

NYCCHR Issues Info Card Regarding Discrimination Based on Gender Identity and Expression

Seyfarth Synopsis: The New York City Commission on Human Rights has issued a Gender Identity and Expression “Info Card,” expanding on its recent enforcement guidance, and reminding covered entities that they must permit...more

NYCCHR Holds Public Hearing on Proposed Rules to Fair Chance Act

Today, the New York City Commission on Human Rights (“NYCCHR”), held a public hearing on the proposed amendments to the Fair Chance Act (“FCA”), which prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of criminal history against...more

The New York City Commission on Human Rights Doubles Penalties Collected in 2015

The New York City Commission on Human Rights (“NYCCHR”) recently announced that it collected $1.4 million in penalties in 2015, which is double the amount collected in 2014. Carmelyn P. Malalis joined the NYCCHR in February...more

NYCCHR Publishes Proposed Amendments to Fair Chance Act

The New York City Commission on Human Rights (“NYCCHR”) has published proposed amendments to the Fair Chance Act (“FCA”), which prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of criminal history against job applicants and...more

Brokers Take a Bath in FLSA Collective Action

Former brokers of Fordham Financial Management will have to put this one in the “loss” column. Judge Paul Crotty of the Southern District of New York granted Fordham’s motion to decertify the FLSA collective in their lawsuit...more

New York City Human Rights Law Amended, Expanding Protection to “Caregivers”

On January 5, 2016, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a bill amending the New York City Human Rights Law to extend non-discrimination protections to “caregivers.” The law will now allow employees to sue employers on...more

New York City Issues Enforcement Guidance and a Revised Fair Chance Act Form

On November 5, 2015, the New York City Commission on Human Rights released its long awaited Enforcement Guidance governing the New York City Fair Chance Act, which makes it unlawful to request or consider an applicant’s...more

Best Practices for Complying with the New York City Fair Chance Act

Given the imminent effective date of New York City’s Fair Chance Act, employers may be wondering what they need to do to comply with the law. As many employers are aware, effective October 27, 2015, the Fair Chance Act...more

The Fair Chance Act And Stop Credit Discrimination In Employment Act--New Interpretations From The NYCCHR

Earlier this year, the New York City Council passed two laws which place limitations on an employer’s ability to use background checks including credit checks (otherwise known as consumer reports) in employment decisions: the...more

New York City Offers Guidance for Employers on the Use of Credit History in Employment Decisions

As we blogged about previously, Mayor Bill De Blasio signed into law the Stop Credit Discrimination in Employment Act (“SCDEA”) in May. The SCDEA went into effect on September 3, 2015 and it prohibits employers from using an...more

New York City Joins Movement to “Ban The Box” In Hiring Practices

On June 10, 2015, the New York City Council voted to prohibit private employers from asking job applicants questions about criminal convictions on job applications. Under the Fair Chance Act (the “Act”) an employer may ask...more

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