Happy New Year! It’s that time when we all vow to better ourselves in the months ahead. Resolutions abound, and they need not be limited to individual self-improvement. Employers too have many opportunities for betterment in the New Year. In the area of employee benefits, we offer these four goals for 2018.
On April 6, 2017, Mintz Levin will be hosting its Third Annual Employment Law Summit at the Princeton Club in New York City. This half-day seminar will feature as its keynote speaker Liz Vladeck, the Deputy Commissioner for the Office of Labor Policy and Standards at the NYC Department of Consumer Affairs. Deputy Commissioner Vladeck will discuss NYC’s new Office of Labor Policy and Standards, its initiatives, and enforcement of the expanding universe of NYC employment laws (including the new Freelance Workers Act and the pending Fair Workweek legislation). The seminar will also offer various segments on the most important workplace issues of the day, including how the new Trump Administration will impact workplace law, employee cybersecurity issues, equal pay issues during the employment life cycle, dealing with the difficult employee, the latest in employee benefits, and more – it’s a program that you will not want to miss, so register now.
This event is intended for HR professionals, in-house counsel, and senior executives.
For more information and to register, click here.
While many employers shifted some of their focus to the new overtime rules in the past couple of weeks, cybersecurity remains top of mind for most. The reason? Because the number one threat to a company’s information (personal or confidential) is still its own employees.
Data security and privacy training are the first lines of defense against negligent employee behavior. Thus, our colleague, Cynthia Larose, the Chair of Mintz’s Privacy & Security Practice, thought it prudent to put together a webinar on this very issue.
Join Cynthia and Kirsten Liston, SVP of Product & Market Strategy at ThreatReady Resources, as they explore why traditional training programs are falling short and what you can do to boost your efforts and counter top concerns regarding malicious and negligent employee handling of personal and confidential data.
The webinar will take place on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 1PM EST. You can register here. We hope you’ll join us.
The New York City Council passed the Stop Credit Discrimination in Employment Act last Thursday. It amends the New York City Human Rights Law to prohibit most employers from making employment decisions based on an employee or applicant’s consumer credit history. The law will go into effect in the late summer. We discuss the law and its implications below.