The New York City Commission on Human Rights (NYCCHR) has just published the anti-sexual harassment notice and fact sheet that employers are required to implement by September 6, 2018. As a reminder, these requirements are part of the new "Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act," a legislative package aimed at combatting workplace sexual harassment. Here's what NYC employers need to know about it.
While the Trump administration continually vocalizes its intolerance of illegal immigration, it has been quietly and effectively working to build an "invisible wall" to block legal immigration. One major avenue of legal immigration this invisible wall has hit is employment-based immigration.
Int. 1399-A, titled, "Temporary Changes to Work Schedules for Personal Events and Protections from Retaliation for Making Schedule Change Requests,” amended New York City’s Fair Workweek Law to allow employees to request temporary changes to their schedules for personal events without fear of retaliation. The amendment is effective as of July 18, 2018, or upon expiration of an existing collective bargaining agreement. Here's what employers need to know about the new scheduling rules.