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I am pleased to share my latest post to The SHRM Blog. For many years, around the holiday season, I have written cautionary tales from “The Jewish Guy Who Wear A Chai.” Chai is the number 18 in Hebrew and means life. This year, I was reluctant to use the title. For the first time in a […]
I am pleased to share my latest post to The SHRM Blog. Important reminder that, effective today, October 15, 2018, under the New York City Human Rights Law (NYCHRL), employers must engage in a “cooperative dialogue” with applicants or employees in New York City with regard to reasonable accommodations in four (4) circumstances. More specifically, […]