What Not to Say During an HR Investigation

Navigating HR investigations requires more than honesty; it demands strategic thinking and a keen awareness of your words' impact. These inquiries, pivotal in resolving workplace disputes, hinge significantly on the statements made by those involved. 

What you say and how you say it can profoundly influence the investigation's outcome,...

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Mental Health and Reasonable Accommodations

Mental health is vital for employee well-being in the workplace, yet it's often overlooked. Recognizing this, laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and specific New York State legislations are crucial in safeguarding employees' mental health rights. 

These laws ensure that workers with mental health conditions receive...

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Remote Work Rights in NYC: A Legal Landscape in Flux

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the shift to remote work, which was already on the rise due to technological advances. Currently, more employees are working from home and other nontraditional spaces, including coworking spaces and home offices.

As the remote work trend continues to grow, employers and employees must understand...

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