Employment / Immigration

Employment Coaches: A Reasonable Accommodation?

Is an employment coach a reasonable accommodation? On September 19, 2018, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) filed suit against Party City Corporation in the U.S....

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Important Information Regarding Interns in New Hampshire

New Hampshire businesses who have unpaid interns or students should be aware of the applicable state law and federal laws.  First, under New Hampshire law,...

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Possible New Twist on H-1B CAP Program

On December 3, 2018, the USCIS proposed a plan which would eliminate the filing of cap-subject H-1B cap petitions during the first week of April: ...

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A Reminder on New Hire Reporting in New Hampshire: Certain Independent Contractors Are Covered

Most employers are likely familiar with the “new hire” reporting law in New Hampshire.  However, a recent inquiry brought to my attention an aspect of...

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Marketplace Platforms: Applying the ABC Test to Determine Employee v. Independent Contractor for Unemployment Compensation?

In our current economy, many businesses operate as a platform for linking people wanting a service, such as house cleaning or rides, with people who...

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