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February 06, 2021

New York Employment Law: The Essential Guide

New York Employment Law: The Essential Guide Editors Louis P. DiLorenzo and Jeffrey Kehl have called upon the collective experience of dozens of contributors to compile this new reference book on New York employment law. Covering a wide range of state substantive and regulatory employment issues, New York Employment Law: The Essential Guide is formatted in an easily accessible, Question-and-Answer format and offers clear and succinct responses to more than 450 employment law questions.

Topics addressed include hiring and interviewing employees, employee and employer rights and obligations, the worker’s compensation framework and regulatory schemes for maintaining a safe workplace, disability issues, unemployment insurance, unfair competition, discrimination in the workplace, and disciplinary policies and procedures.

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