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The HR Specialist: New York Employment Law

Syracuse-based York Metal Toll Processing faces additional fines after it failed to address issues uncovered by OSHA inspectors following an accident in which an employee’s hand was amputated by a power press.

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Three New York City beauty supply companies have agreed to pay $218,000 to 16 employees who the Department of Labor determined were cheated out of overtime pay.

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The EEOC has sued the Laquila Group alleging it tolerated racial harassment of black employees and retaliated against at least one who complained.

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Don’t let annoyance over disability accommodations turn into retaliatory harassment.

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The wearable technology revolution affects a host of seemingly unrelated employment law issues.

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Last November, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was given authorization to increase its penalties by up to 82%, to account for several decades’ worth of inflation.

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This month we update New York state employers on two developments that could catch them by surprise.

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A federal court has warned a woman who has acted as her own attorney in a series of employment discrimination lawsuits that any further lawsuits will be scrutinized.

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Did a lawsuit suddenly come out of nowhere after you thought it was long dead? If so, it may be worth determining if the claim is untimely.

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A federal court has ruled that an employer cannot take a credit towards unpaid overtime for paid meal breaks.

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