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The Do’s and Don’ts When Onboarding New Hires

Yes, hiring new employees is a complex process.  Yes, you have spent a good amount of time and money to find smart and innovative talent to add to your team.  Yes, you have set high goals and expectations for your new employees to meet.  Yes, you know that employee retention begins on the first day […]

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Skip the Drama: 10 Tips To Terminating Employees With Minimal Risk

It does not matter how successful your business is or how great of a boss you are, eventually you will need to terminate employees. Terminating employees is one of the most difficult tasks for a business owner. More than ever it is crucial that business owners take the correct steps to terminate employees so as […]

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New York Legislation Update: Sexual Harassment

As part of the nationwide push to respond to the #MeToo movement and the amplified dialogue around sexual harassment in the workplace, both New York State and New York City are gearing up to implement workplace anti-sexual harassment measures. New York’s 2019 Budget Contains Anti-Sexual Harassment Measures in the Workplace A state budget agreement recently […]

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Let’s Get Legal: Guidelines for Summer Intern Compensation

As the beginning of summer nears, college students start applying for summer internship programs.  It is now time for employers and businesses to review their internship program policies.  College students rely on summer internships to gain valuable professional experience and in exchange, companies provide unpaid internships as an opportunity to let students learn from behind […]

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Mixing Business With Pleasure: Dating Policies in the Workplace

In this day and age, every company should enact a workplace dating policy, or review or update its current policy.  In the absence of a dating policy or when there is an unclear policy, an office relationship can have harmful effects.  For instance, if the couple’s relationship acrimoniously ends, employers may face legal consequences including […]

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No More Mr. Negative: How To Handle A Toxic Employee In The Workplace

An employee’s attitude can cause more disruption to a work environment than you thought.  The problem simply isn’t a matter of ability; rather it is a matter of attitude.  An employee’s aggressive or dysfunctional attitude can manifest itself in everything from quiet disobedience to outright insubordination.  It is important for an employer to maintain a […]

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Active Shooter Response: What’s Your Emergency Plan Of Action?

In this day and age, violence can occur in any type of work environment, including the workplace.  An emergency action plan should be implemented to prepare response protocols that can be activated in a crisis situation.  A response plan targeted at workplace violence is recommended because unlike other natural disasters or hazards, workplace violence involves […]

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Businesses Beware! The Dangers of Providing Employment References

Employers must understand that providing references can lead to serious problems, including lawsuits for retaliation or improper interference with the former employee’s opportunity to secure a job, as well as for negligence for failure to provide information that a prospective employer needs to avoid serious harm. It is important to establish a detailed procedure so […]

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SEMINAR: 2018 Wage and Hour Crash Course: What You Must Know

Wed, April 11, 2018 8:30am-10:30am Hauppauge Business Center (Adelphi University) 55 Kennedy Drive, Hauppauge, NY In 2018, wage and hour violations are more prevalent than ever before. These complex laws are difficult to navigate and violations can be very costly, not only to your bottom line, but also to your reputation.     In this wage […]

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SilvermanAcampora Appoints Jim Black To Partner

This week SilvermanAcampora, LLP proudly announces that Jim Black has been elected to Partner of the Firm. Jim has served as counsel to the Firm for almost three years as well as General Counsel to their client, Overseas Military Sales.  He specializes in guiding clients through the legal and procedural minefields that exist when doing […]

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