Spurred by the #MeToo movement, the law, which affects public and private employers, could dramatically affect how and when companies settle such lawsuits.

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How to classify employees and independent contractors moves from the state Supreme Court to the legislature in a debate over whether to codify the decision as law.

The ubiquitous "left to spend time with their family" or "pursue other opportunities" doesn't always fly in the #MeToo era. But what can or should companies say about departing employees?

State labor laws apply to seasonal workers. Don't let the pressures of a low unemployment rate tempt you to disregard them.