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Employers who are successful in avoiding employment disputes are most often those who possess the foresight to proactively ensure compliance with the law and anticipate potential problems before they arise. When the inevitable occurs, these employers are positioned to deal with issues with confidence.

A leader in employment law, CSG provides counsel and representation to employers across a myriad of industries. We work closely with our clients to carefully craft compliance programs that are essential in today’s business climate. These programs, coupled with a well-planned, well-executed contingency process, result in substantial savings – in time, money and brand equity – compared to the substantial risk and exposure often associated with drawn-out, highly publicized litigation.

Recognized in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Best Lawyers in America®, CSG’s highly-regarded Employment Law Group has extensive experience representing clients in all aspects of employment law, including:

May 2021

New York's HERO Act Enacts New Workplace Health and Safety Obligations on Employers

While Memorial Day weekend might offer a long-awaited reprieve for many New Yorkers, employers must return prepared for another round of COVID-fueled requirements. Earlier this month, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation coined as the New York Health and Essential Rights (HERO) Act. Aiming to address airborne infectious diseases in addition to COVID-19, the HERO Act places significant requirements on New York employers and takes effect over two phases.
May 5, 2021

ROI-NJ: Post-pandemic hiring: Ensuring compliance with Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act as COVID restrictions ease

Lindsay A. Dischley and Nicole C. Tracy co-authored an article for ROI-NJ, "Post-pandemic hiring: Ensuring compliance with Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act as COVID restrictions ease," bringing focus to key provisions of the Equal Pay Act that New Jersey employers should be mindful of as they reopen and restaff their operations. In the article, Lindsay and Nicole also shed light on the ancillary cultural benefits that the act helps usher into the workplace – noting, "Compliance with the act makes for a better, more effective working environment. Equitable workplaces lead to an increase in morale, job satisfaction and productivity, which can improve organizational performance. Employees who feel respected as a result of knowing their employers promote workplace fairness and pay equity are also more likely to remain with a company and less likely to complain of discrimination."
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October 24, 2018

Employers Breakfast Briefing

September 26, 2016

25th Annual GSC SHRM Conference