Tag Archives: New York City

Preparing to comply with the new proposed federal overtime rule: 5 action steps for employers

By: Isabel A. Crosby,  Ben Gipson and Daniel Turinsky It’s like déjà vu all over again. Many employers will recall putting plans in place, and maybe even handing out raises, in 2016 to comply with changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum salary thresholds, only to learn that a Texas federal judge had blocked the rule … Continue Reading

New York City amends Human Rights Law – employers must engage in “cooperative dialogue” with employees seeking accommodation

On October 15, 2018, a new amendment to the New York City Human Rights Law regarding employer obligations when responding to an employee’s potential need for a reasonable accommodation will go into effect. The amendment requires employers with four or more employees in New York City to enter into a “cooperative dialogue” with any employee … Continue Reading