What You Should Know as an Employer
Sexual harassment in the restaurant industry is more extensive than in any other industry (that reports sexual harassment). This may come as a shock to employers. If you are a restauranteur, it is wise to take preventative measures. Eliminating sexual harassment is vital for protecting your business against lawsuits.
Facts Uncovered About Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant Industry
In January 2021, Social Science Research Solutions (SRSS) conducted a national survey in the restaurant industry. Here were some of the findings:read more
Work Schedule Limitations
As an employer, you should know what laws to follow regarding NY work schedules. The following are some FAQs about setting schedules for employees.
Is there a limit to the number of work hours per day?read more
A New Amendment to the New York Civil Rights Law.
New York employers must notify employees about electronic monitoring. This new amendment to the New York Civil Rights Law went into effect on May 7, 2022. Furthermore,
New York Restaurant Law on To-Go-Alcohol.
Temporary Legalization of To-Go-Alcohol.
Governor Kathy Hochul signed the New York restaurant law on to-go-alcohol on April 12, 2022. As part of the 2023 fiscal budget deal, restaurants and bars have temporary legalization for to-go-alcohol.
Staying on Top of Employment Law Changes.
Changes in NYC employment laws can be challenging for business owners. Many changes have occurred within the last few years.