Employees Took Fewer Vacation Days in 2020

If there is one thing most people can agree on, it is that 2020 was not a pleasant year by any stretch of the imagination. For employees, however, it has been especially harsh, with many workers missing out on vacations they were legally entitled to, or being forced to use their vacation days to comply with quarantine procedures. In some cases, this has created complex situations for employers, who have had to wrestle with adjusting to problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading “Employees Took Fewer Vacation Days in 2020”

DOL Allows Two Former Uber Drivers to Collect Unemployment Benefits

The New York State Department of Labor has ruled that two drivers who used to work for Uber were considered employees and, therefore, eligible to receive unemployment insurance benefits, as reported by Crain’s New York Business. This decision is considered to be the first of its kind regarding for-hire drivers in New York State.

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