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September 9, 2021

Companies limit teleworking to less than 30% to avoid associated expenses

Antonio Pedrajas discusses telework expenses and compensation for employees and employers.

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September 9, 2021

Reasonable notice period extended for worker who applied to over 70 jobs amid COVID-19

Monty Verlint offers advice based on recent court cases for employers to review and update offer letters, commission plans and bonus plans to ensure compliance.

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September 8, 2021

All that glitters in telework is not gold: For 60% of employees, the lack of relationships with colleagues affects their productivity

Tomás Gomez discusses what companies are responsible for when it comes to telework incidents, supplies, tools, etc.

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August 26, 2021

New York City Mandates Retirement Savings Plans for All

Shawn Matthew Clark and Thelma Akpan explain the new laws that require private-sector employers to enroll eligible New York City employees in either their own plan or in a city-managed retirement savings plan.

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August 25, 2021

Delta Air Lines health surcharge for vaccines could cascade across industries

Devjani Mishra explains why implementing a health insurance surcharge for unvaccinated employees is legally complex when tying vaccination status to healthcare costs.

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