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New York Employment Law

Toe the line on federal employment law, and New York law could still trip you up:

Allow managers to yell at employees? A New York jury may find you guilty of inflicting emotional distress.

Fail to report an employee's illegal online activities? You could be liable for a huge negligence suit.

Forget to check an applicant's references? If that employee later commits criminal misdeeds, you can face a massive negligent-hiring lawsuit.

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Because in New York, employees have far more rights than in other states. They can hit you with million-dollar lawsuits over everything from unemployment and workers' comp to how you calculate overtime, even if you're in compliance with federal requirements. One minute, you're in the dark about state law. The next minute — blam! — you're blasted into court and onto the front page of the newspaper.

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