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NYS Employment Law Update

Event Start Date: 9/25/2019 7:30 AM

Event End Date: 9/25/2019 10:00 AM

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NYS Employment Law Update

 Jennifer Shoemaker, Kate McClung and Alina Nadir from Bond Schoeneck & King, PLLC and Underberg & Kessler LLP

This program has been pre-approved for 1.5 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) by the Society for Human Resource Management and 1.5 HR (General) credits by the HR Certification Institute

7:30AM - 8:00AM:  Registration & Networking
8:00AM - 10:00AM:  Program




3 Townline Circle

Rochester, NY 14623

The New York legislature has passed a substantial amount of new legislation on employment law in the last six months. These laws cover many different issues, including expanding the definition of sexual harassment, adding protected categories to the New York Human Rights Law, expanding retaliation protections under Labor Law 215, limiting salary history inquiries, expanding equal pay claims, and changing the requirements for voting leave. This program will cover all of these changes and provide advice on best practices to ensure compliance.


By the end of this session, participants will:

Be fully versed in these new laws.

Understand any changes that need to be made to employee handbooks.

Learn best practices to ensure compliance with these new laws.



The Center for Youth provides comprehensive programs and services with respect for -and full participation of- youth. The services offered include:  prevention education, counseling, emergency shelter, and youth development opportunities. They deliver these services with the deep belief that young people, given information and support, want to and can make their own positive life choices.

Your generous donations will support their young people who are navigating through challenges and obstacles.  The Center for Youth will walk beside these young people offering support along the way. 

Center of Youth has a food pantry that needs to be stocked. Their teenagers like:

  • Spaghettios/canned Ravioli
  • granola/cereal bars
  • boxed cereal 
  • oatmeal packets
  • cans of hearty/Chunky soups
  • Cans of fruits (pears, peaches, etc.)

Also many of their teens move into apartments. Here are some items that they need:

  • Kitchen linens/towels, pot holders, 
  • utensils, 
  • bath linens/towels, 
  • packages of TP, paper towels, 
  • cleaning supplies, 
  • new pillows and sheets sets for twin beds, blankets, etc.
  • toaster

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