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COMPLIANCE UPDATE- NEW LAWS CONCERNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT
COMPLIANCE UPDATE- NEW LAWS CONCERNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT

We recently blogged, in relevant part, about the requirement that employers in New York State must provide annual sexual harassment training to all employees no later than January 1, 2019 and to new hires and transient hires, within thirty days of their state dates. See ...

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  • COMPLIANCE UPDATE- NEW LAWS CONCERNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT

    We recently blogged, in relevant part, about the requirement that employers in New York State must provide annual sexual harassment training to all employees no later than January 1, 2019 and to new ...

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  • EMPLOYERS IN NEW YORK STATE- PLEASE ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH THE NEW LAWS ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT

    Based on new legal developments, as of October 9, 2018, all employers in New York State (regardless of size), are required to provide annual sexual harassment training to all employees, which must ...

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    Travel warnings, extreme vetting, and the latest travel ban have made travel abroad more rife with concerns and challenges this holiday season. If you will be carrying electronic devices during your ...

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  • Alert: New York City Employers of All Sizes- Remember to Abide by Key Requirement Under the New York City Human Rights Law

    Are you an employer located in Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, Brooklyn, and/or Queens? If yes, please be advised that on August 10, 2018, the New York City Commission on Human Rights created an ...

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  • Legal Immigrants and Naturalized U.S. Citizens - Beware!

    The Trump administration is supposed to issue a proposal in coming weeks that may make it more difficult for legal immigrants to become citizens or secure permanent residence (green cards) if they ...

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    Are you a person without immigration status, who has lived in the U.S. for ten years continuously? Have you kept out of trouble with law enforcement? (This means you don’t have criminal convictions ...

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