Starting on May 15, 2022, New York City will require all employers in the city with four or more employees to disclose the acceptable salary range for any position it advertises. This is meant to deal with a surprisingly common problem, where employers would advertise a position without also advertising the salary, leading to what many would consider deceptive business practices. This information can help potential job applicants to ensure they are making an amount of money appropriate to their position, rather than having to operate blind. Continue reading “New York City Mandates Salary Range Disclosure Starting May 15”
Attorney Steven Mitchell Sack, “The Employee’s Lawyer,” discussed the investigation into a Dunkin Donuts franchise in which the company was required to pay its employees back wages for work they have done.
The U.S. Department of Labor recently ordered QSR Management, a franchise operator based in Edison, New Jersey, to pay approximately $200,000 to 64 employees at its 55 shops for overtime and minimum wage violations. The agency found that QSR wrongly exempted its store managers from overtime, although the employees performed managerial duties that would entitle them to overtime.