May 17, 2021

The top 20 NYPPL searchers made during the weekend ending May 16, 2021

Have you ever wonder what other NYPER readers are researching over a weekend?

Below are the headings of the top 20 NYPPL items accessed during the weekend ending May 16, 2021.

Reports issued during the week ending May 14, 2021 by the New York State Comptroller

Giving effect to the plain meaning of the relevant statutory language is the clearest indicator of legislative intent

Education Law Blogs

Ability to pass hearing test without the assistance of a hearing aid found a business necessity for the purpose of qualifying for a security position

Responding to Freedom of Information requests

Residence requirements for public officers

Workers’ compensation benefits not available for injuries sustained by an individual in the course of an altercation unrelated to his or her employment

Absence from an assigned post

Distinguishing between “constructive criticism” and a “reprimand” in the nature of disciplinary action

Anastasia Titarchuk named Chief Investment Officer of the New York State Common Retirement Fund

Nepotism and public employment in New York State

Requesting reconsideration of a final administrative decision does not serve to toll or extend the running of the controlling statute of limitations

IRS Alerts Payroll and HR Professionals to Phishing Schemes

Final administrative determination for the purposes of determining the statute of limitations

At-will employee not entitled to a pre-termination hearing

Important Information on W-2/SSN Data Theft Scam

Terminating an educator during his or her probationary period

Conducting disciplinary hearings in absentia

Court rules that the employer rebutted the employee’s prima facie case it unlawfully discriminated against him because of his race

Concerning name-clearing hearings

 

 

 

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