To ask or not to ask? No longer a question… No matter how much preparation and practice you do before an interview, the uncomfortable question about your previous salary history can instantly throw you off your game. Many of us have gone into an interview not knowing how to answer that dreaded question and fortunately, that issue will no longer be able Read more about New Salary History Law in Effect for NYC[…]
Winifred Campbell, Esq. to present at Disability Matters Conference
The McHattie Law Firm is honored to share that Wini Campbell, Esq has been invited to speak on a panel next week at the The 11th Annual Disability Matters North America Conference. Disability Matters is one of the most important Corporate events in the world. The conference features experts from corporations, academia, government and the national Read more about Winifred Campbell, Esq. to present at Disability Matters Conference[…]
Morristown Employers: Are You Complying with the New Paid Sick Leave Ordinance?
As flu season rolls through and allergy season commences, it is pretty much inevitable that workers will need some time off to address their health or their family’s health issues. While most employers do in fact give employees some paid time off each year to be used for sick leave, in many places, the law Read more about Morristown Employers: Are You Complying with the New Paid Sick Leave Ordinance?[…]
Perhaps It’s Not So Final: Texas Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction on The Final Rule on Overtime Regulations
By Winifred E. Campbell Twenty-one states filed a lawsuit, State of Nevada v. United States Department of Labor, in September, alleging the revisions to the overtime regulations, known as The Final Rule (“the Rule”), were unconstitutional. United States Magistrate Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas, appointed by President Obama, issued a preliminary Read more about Perhaps It’s Not So Final: Texas Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction on The Final Rule on Overtime Regulations[…]