New York Employers Must Comply with Electronic Monitoring Requirements by May 7, 2022

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Effective May 7, 2022, New York employers will be required to provide prior notice concerning the monitoring of employee telephone, email, or internet usage. Specifically, employers must notify employees that “any and all telephone conversations or transmissions, electronic mail or transmissions, or internet access or usage by an employee by any electronic device or system … Read more

Webinar on May 20th: Impact of the Shift to Remote Work and New Technologies on the Workplace

In this webinar for @work with ALG subscribers, we will: Discuss how new technologies will affect the workplace. Identify how these new technologies will affect your job and the jobs of your employees. Explore ways to initiate change management. Underline the importance of helping employees prepare. Recognize real human anxiety — and also the excitement … Read more

Webinar on April 14th: Using Risk and Resiliency to Thrive in the New Normal

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Nearly 60 percent of Americans currently are working from home. While that number is likely to decrease as the pandemic eases, it won’t return to early 2020 levels. How has that affected you and your career? Join Sima Ali, Esq., and Susan Ganz, MBA, for an informative webinar to learn how to thrive and not just … Read more

New York Enacts the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act

Submitted by Ali Law Group PC on October 28, 2019 New York recently enacted the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (the “SHIELD Act”). The new legislation broadens the scope of information covered under the notification law and updates the notification requirements when there has been a breach of data. It also broadens … Read more

Biometrics in the Workplace

Submitted by Ali Law Group PC on February 17, 2018 Many businesses now use biometrics in the workplace for purposes such as customer access, data security, and to track employee attendance. Biometric time clocks have replaced handwritten or paper timesheets, allowing employees to clock in with fingerprints, palmprints or iris scans. With the use of biometric … Read more