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No Mandatory Arbitration Under the NYS Anti-Sexual Harassment Law by cjleclaire
Oct 30, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 1046 1046 recommendations | email to a friend
Will the Provision Hold Up Under Higher Court Scrutiny? New York’s new anti-sexual harassment law states that New York employers may no longer include mandatory arbitration clauses for sexual harassment claims. Furthermore, settlements regarding sexual harassment claims may not include non-disclo...
Breaking it Down – the New Sexual Harassment Laws in New York by cjleclaire
Oct 30, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 962 962 recommendations | email to a friend
As of October 9, 2019, Employees are more protected from discrimination in New York than ever before, and Employers are subjected to new standards of which they must be familiar to protect themselves from the flood of litigation that will surely follow. How so? Thanks to a number of broadly prote...
GASP! THE NEW ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAWS ARE IN – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AS BOTH AN EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE by cjleclaire
Oct 24, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 955 955 recommendations | email to a friend
As I previously blogged on the topic, the New York State Senate and Assembly passed an omnibus bill that completely overhauls New York State’s dated and out of touch anti-discrimination laws, and in the process uprooted deeply engrained precedent upon which employers have relied for decades in de...
What Potential Penalties Do Employers Face in NY Discrimination Cases? by cjleclaire
Oct 24, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 907 907 recommendations | email to a friend
More Potential Penalties for Employers Potential penalties for employers are likely to result from the amendments to the New York State Anti-Harassment Law. As the repercussions of the amendments become clearer to employers, more businesses will establish anti-discrimination work policies. Revise...
First Lawsuit Under New York City’s Fair Workweek Law by cjleclaire
Oct 24, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 1064 1064 recommendations | email to a friend
Employers and Predictable Schedules in the Restaurant Industry The Fair Workweek Law went into effect in New York City on November 26, 1917, and it affected employers in the fast food and retail industries. Under the law, employers had to provide employees with good faith work schedule estimates....
How Dangerous Is Texting While Driving Compared with Drunk Driving? by cjleclaire
Oct 15, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 892 892 recommendations | email to a friend
Why Texting While Driving May Be More Dangerous than DWI It may come as a surprise that texting while driving is more worrisome to the majority of drivers than drunk driving. This is true despite the fact that statistics show that drunk drivers kill more people than drivers who are texting. Surve...
PUTIN THE PUPPET MASTER OF TRUMP PUTIN IS THE PUPPET MASTER OF TRUMP by godfather
Oct 09, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 208 208 recommendations | email to a friend
THE UNTHINKABLE A time for change. A time for aiding and delivering services to our adversary to help accomplish something they could never do on their own. An aggressive Country for over 100 years and now working with a vulnerable Country to carry out their plans for World domination. Sounds far...
What the New Anti-Sexual Harassment Law Means for NY Employers by cjleclaire
Oct 08, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 1013 1013 recommendations | email to a friend
Is There Liability You Could Face that You Did Not Face in the Past? The NYS new anti-harassment law has a number of sweeping changes. For one, it applies to all protected classes under New York Human Rights Law, not only to sexual harassment cases. Protected classes include discrimination based ...
WHAT DID I DO? OPENING A FRANCHISE BUSINESS DOESN'T GUARANTEE SUCCESS by godfather
Oct 04, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 1012 1012 recommendations | email to a friend
INTERVIEW WITH RIDGEWOOD REAL ESTATE BROKER Anthony Carbi Look at Taco Bell they have Beefy Fritos Burrito for $1.00 dollar. We are talking about maybe half of the $3.49 cents as a profit. Or $1.74 per Burrito. Maybe even less, but I will use half as the example. That comes to 6,896 BURRITO’S per...
FRANCHISE OWNER by godfather
Oct 04, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 1220 1220 recommendations | email to a friend
Example you rent a store for $6,000 dollars. You still have to pay electric, heat, water and at least two salary’s for someone to open and close the place besides serving customers weekly. So now you are up to about $12,000 dollars monthly in expenses before you see a profit. If you need one or t...