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Monthly Archives: November 2022

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Explaining New York Paid Leave

By Mansell Law, LLC |

The U.S. federal government instituted the Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) in 1993, which allows up to 12 weeks of leave in a 12-month period for certain family-based or medical-related reasons. Certain states, New York included, have passed laws in the years since then, expanding the right to family leave, but there are… Read More »

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Explaining New York Non-Compete Agreements

By Mansell Law, LLC |

Most executive employees are considered to be reliable hard workers, and are prized accordingly. However, given their often-specialized knowledge, sometimes they are viewed with suspicion when they depart a company. These employees are seen as so talented sometimes that employers historically would try to regulate their ability to earn a living elsewhere. These “non-compete”… Read More »

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Executive Compensation In New York

By Mansell Law, LLC |

The majority of employees in New York do not sign an actual contract upon their beginning a new job, though they may sign other onboarding paperwork. That said, this is less common for those who have more years of experience in the industry, or who have unique expertise to offer an employer. Executive positions… Read More »

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Am I Entitled To Overtime Pay In New York?

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All non-salaried employees, with very rare exceptions, are generally entitled to get ‘time and a half’ of overtime pay for every hour they work past their standard schedule. However, far too many employers try to help their bottom line by withholding this compensation. This conduct is wage theft, and it is actionable, both under… Read More »

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