In 2016, New York State Department of Labor adopted a schedule of increases to both the minimum wage rate for hourly workers and the minimum salary level for exempt executive and administrative employees. The increases are scheduled to take effect each year on New Year ’s Eve and are specific to the employer’s geographic location and size.
With Election Day around the corner, this is a question on many employers’ minds. Under the Voting Leave Law, found in Section 3-110 of New York’s Election Law, an employer must grant an employee paid time off if the employee does not have “sufficient time” to vote outside of his or her working hours.
In 2016, the New York State Department of Labor adopted a schedule of increases to both the minimum wage rate and the minimum salary level for exempt executive and administrative employees.
The Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) adopted rules in 2016 that restricted Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”), such as Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast, from sharing sensitive data, including browsing history and location data, without consumer consent. We discussed these groundbreaking rules in our previous blog post.