ATTENTION NEW YORK EMPLOYERS: IMPORTANT EMPLOYMENT LAW CHANGES IN STATE BUDGET

On April 20, 2024, Governor Hochul signed into law the 2024-2025 State Budget, which includes three key changes for New York employers: In order to comply with this new legislation, employers should review and update their handbooks, policies, and procedures. And, employers should train managers, supervisors, and human resources professionals on this new legislation. NFC will continue […]

ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: GOVERNOR HOCHUL VETOES NEW YORK NONCOMPETE BILL

On December 22, 2023, New York Governor Kathy Hochul vetoed Senate Bill S3100A, which broadly prohibited employee non-compete agreements. As discussed in more detail HERE and HERE, the bill was passed by both legislative houses in June 2023.  The bill, which was similar to California’s Business and Professions Code Sec. 16600, was criticized by Governor Hochul […]

ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: RING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH KEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATES

UPDATE – On December 22, 2023, Governor Hochul vetoed Bill S3100A.  For more information, see our eAlert HERE. Once again this year, legislators in New York and New Jersey have implemented many new and expanded protections for employees and obligations for employers. Laws and regulations impacting the employer-employee relationship in 2024 have been enacted in […]

ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: CALIFORNIA EXPANDS PROHIBITION ON NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS 

California recently enacted two pieces of legislation, which further restrict non-compete agreements. On September 1, 2023, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 699, which prohibits an employer or former employer from enforcing a non-compete agreement in California regardless of whether the contract was signed in California, or whether it was signed in connection with employment […]

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