Monthly Archives: December 2017

Happy Holidays

We wanted to wish you and your family a healthy, prosperous holiday season. We are grateful for all our clients, friends and colleagues. Thank you for making 2017 such a special year for us. In lieu of purchasing printed holiday cards and gifts, we have made a donation to the American Red Cross. As we […]

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WORKSHOP: Sexual Harassment – Don’t Go There!

Do you know what constitutes sexually harassing behavior in the workplace? This highly informative workshop will give you the basis for creating a worry-free working environment for your employees. It can also limit your liability in the event of a claim. Sexual harassment is a hot topic right now, don’t become another headline. Educate, don’t […]

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Oh, What Fun It Is To Be HR-Compliant At The Holidays!

Planning a company party this December? Holiday parties have long been a popular way to reward staff for their hard work throughout the year. But when a party includes alcohol, employers undertake certain risks. For example, employers can be subject to liability for accidents caused by inebriated employees – in some jurisdictions, that includes accidents […]

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New York Rings in the New Year with Increased Minimum Wage

Minimum wage rates are set to increase for employees across New York State on December 31, 2017.  These increases can impact businesses of all sizes.  They vary depending on the location of the business.  In addition to the minimum wage, don’t forget about the increases to the minimum salary threshold which applies to any employees […]

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Sexual Harassment and the #MeToo Movement

Unlawful sexual harassment has recently become the most visible employment issue in America.  Though anti-discrimination laws have on the books for decades, victims are speaking out against unlawful conduct more than ever, as they should.  The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) statistics tell us these claims are nothing new.  Since 2010 the EEOC has received […]

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