In October, the Department of Labor proposed a new rule regarding the misclassification where it creates a lower standard for employee classification, which will ultimately result in more current independent contractors being termed W-2 employees, not 1099 independent contractors, making them eligible to receive benefits and rights of employees.
Topics will include:
Mental Health & Burnout | What employers need to know
Employees, mental health
Navigating Religious Accommodations & Vaccines to Reduce Risk of Litigation
Employees, human resources
Independent Contractors What You Need to Know About the New Rule
What You Need to Know New York City’s Pay Transparency Law
Elevate Your Digital Presence: Personal Branding To Drive Executive Marketability
What You Need to Know About NY's Whistleblower Law Remedies and Retaliation
Employees, Human Resources
HR! Demand This from IT: Cyber-Thieves Love Employees!
Cyber Security, Human Resources
Are You In? - Or Are You Out? Vaccines, Variants & the Return to the Office
HUMAN RESOURCES, COVID-19