HR In Aggregate: 2022 Starts with a Flurry of New Employment Laws – Here are a few

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New Year’s Update on NY COVID Measures   Seyfarth Shaw LLP

In one of his first official acts as New York City’s new Mayor, Eric Adams signed an Executive Order extending the private worker…


Portland, Maine City Council Ends Hourly Hazard Pay and Enacts Indoor Mask Mandate  Littler Mendelson PC

At their first meeting of the New Year, city councilors in Portland, Maine repealed a COVID-19 emergency order that had been in place since March of…


Massachusetts Employers Cautioned Regarding Performance Review Rebuttals   Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

The Massachusetts Personnel Records Law, M.G.L. Chapter 149, § 52C gives employees the right to submit written rebuttals to any negative information…


New York Governor Hochul Signs a Flurry of New Employee Protections   Levy Employment Law LLC

Employers in New York are facing a wave of new obligations and employee protections since Governor Hochul took office in late August. Those include:…


The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), recently issued…


New York State to Kick Off 2022 with Increases to Minimum Wages and the Overtime Exemption Salary Threshold  Venable LLP

Effective December 31, 2021, employers in certain regions and industries throughout New York State once again saw changes to New York’s wage and hour…


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