As one year ends, another begins. And as New York employers turn the page on another busy year in labor and employment legislation, they should be mindful of several new laws set to become effective in 2020. The new laws will require additional compliance efforts, making the end of the year a good time for a thorough review of payroll and hiring practices.Read more »
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