Are You Ready For 2016?

Written by Daniel W. Morris

Constant vigilance is required for employers to avoid pitfalls arising from an ever-increasing number of employment laws and regulations. Year end is an opportune time for employers to examine their practices, verify their compliance with current employment laws, and consider any necessary changes to ensure compliance in the coming year. A year-end review is especially important this year, given the many changes to employment laws that occurred in 2015 and a number of significant changes expected in 2016. Below are some examples of issues that employers should be reviewing, if they have not done so already:

Of course, employers should not wait for year end to review employment practices and policies. But a year-end review of employment practices should be part of a comprehensive program to avoid the expense and inconvenience of having to defend a lawsuit or a government investigation.

If you have questions about this update or need assistance with your year-end review, please contact the author of this post or an attorney at Clifton Budd & DeMaria, LLP.

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Daniel W. Morris
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Daniel W. Morris serves as Partner at Clifton Budd & DeMaria, LLP. He focuses his practice on employment litigation in...
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