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Managing New Employee Paid Leave Laws in Conjunction With ADA, FMLA and Workers’ Compensation

This article reviews new paid employee leave laws, how each works, and what each requires. Additionally, guidance is provided on how to coordinate these new requirements with longstanding requirements under laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, and workers’ compensation laws.

PTO for the WIN: Why Businesses Should Make the Switch

With the current trend moving away from traditional leave systems, now might be a good time to ask yourself: Is PTO right for your business?

Are Non-Compete Agreements Getting Kicked to the Curb?

While governmental resistance to non-competes is nothing new, New York is seeing a fresh wave of legislation and efforts to restrict non-compete use.

Big Data Analytics May Haunt Employers

Companies that wish to continue their big data practices must ensure that they carefully evaluate their use of these technological tools to avoid lawsuits and regulatory ire for potentially discriminatory conduct.

Be Careful What You Ask for in Employment Arbitration: The Case for Offers of Judgment

As recent Supreme Court decisions have surveyed and expanded the landscape of arbitration and arbitration agreements, employers have placed greater focus on whether arbitration is actually the right fit for their company.