NLRB’s Decision Triggers Obligation to Once Again Review Your Employee Handbooks

The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) has yet again issued new standards by which it will judge employers’ workplace rules (such as codes of conduct).  The NLRB’s new framework is relevant to companies because it limits their ability to discipline or terminate employees for, what the employer would ordinarily consider, infractions of reasonable workplace rules.  Here, we discuss what employers need to know.

Navigating the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Employment Law: An EEOC Reminder

Many employers, in the interest of efficiency, are beginning to incorporate artificial intelligence (“AI”) into their workplaces, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) has established that it will ensure that the incorporation of AI into the workplace does not violate federal employment laws. 

Reminder: NY’s Salary Disclosure Law is Effective September 17

The New York State Pay Transparency Law (the “Law”) goes into effect on September 17, 2023. The Law requires New York State employers to disclose the “minimum and maximum annual salary or hourly range of compensation” that the employer in “good faith believes to be accurate” for a job, promotion, or transfer opportunity “that will be performed, at least in part, in the state of New York.”

AG’s Case Against Centers is a Cautionary Tale for Home Care Providers (Including FI’s)

In a press release heard around the world, the Attorney General announced the filing of a lawsuit against the owners, operators, and landlords of the healthcare giant, Centers Health Care for alleged “repeated and persistent fraud and illegally misusing more than $83 million in taxpayer money that resulted in significant resident neglect, harm, and humiliation.”