New York Partner Discusses Changing State and City Laws with Newsday
2019 brought sweeping changes for businesses across New York with a host of new employment obligations ranging from sexual harassment prevention training to stricter data breach notification requirements. In an interview with Newsday, Melissa Camire discussed the forthcoming deadlines that local employers need to keep on their radar as 2020 approaches and why so many changes happened this year.
“I think employers’ heads are spinning a little bit,” she said. “There is lots of legislation coming at them all the time from both the state and localities. Part of the reason for the spate of new local and state laws may be the perception of a federal government that ‘isn’t making employee rights a priority’, so employee-friendly states like New York and California are taking matters into their own hands.”
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