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Happy New ‘Ear! Listen Now to Podcasts from Practical Guidance and Law360

January 10, 2023

Put down the books, call an audible, and ring in the New Year by listening to our Practical Guidance podcasts, conveniently available in one place, the Practical Guidance and Law360 Podcasts Resource Kit. A selection of L&E-specific podcast practice notes with links to the podcasts are featured in the Related Content section below.

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  • Discrimination and Language in the Workplace Podcast
    Listen to attorney Richard Cohen of FisherBroyles discuss discrimination in the workplace by looking at Title 7, the line between acceptable and actionable language in the workplace, hiring practices, and other areas related to employment litigation.  

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    • New York: New York's governor signed a statewide pay disclosure bill into law, which requires employers with four or more employees to disclose certain information in job postings, including the minimum and maximum salaries or hourly wage range, a disclosure if the pay is based upon commission, and the job description. Employers must comply with the law by its September 17, 2023 effective date. See 2021 Bill Text N.Y. SB 4844.
    • Vermont: Vermont's governor announces the creation of the Vermont Family and Medical Leave Insurance Plan, which will provide 60% wage replacement for six weeks to employees experiencing defined qualifying events. Coverage will first be made available to Vermont state employees on July 1, 2023 and subsequently expanded to private and non-state public employers on July 1, 2024.

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