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Valerie is a New York-based tech and pop-culture writer who joined Fingercheck in 2018. She enjoys giving business owners and workers information they can use to empower their lives. She graduated from Brooklyn College with a B.A. in English Literature and currently studies Life-Coaching in her spare time.

By: Valerie D'Orazio Aug 01, 2018

NY Paycard Regulations Remain Revoked For Now

The saga of New York State’s paycard regulations continues. On May 23, New York’s Supreme Court issued a decision to annul an earlier revocation by the New York Industrial Board of Appeals of the New York Department Of Labor’s (DOL)
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By: Valerie D'Orazio Jul 13, 2018

NYC’s Temporary Schedule Change Law In Effect July 18

What? Another major New York City employment law change? The “Temporary Schedule Change” law–effective July 18–is a big one, folks, and every NYC business owner should know what it’s about! The law requires employees to request
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By: Valerie D'Orazio Jul 02, 2018

Supreme Court Janus Ruling Changes Union Deductions

The recent Supreme Court ruling in the case Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Council 31  has sent shockwaves through the labor union community—and if you run a union-covered business in one
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By: Katherine Muniz Apr 24, 2018

What to Know About New York’s Spread of Hours Law

If you’re an employer in New York State, you may have questions about the “Spread of hours” law. This refers to the wage and hour protections that entitle service industry workers to an extra hour of pay when they work a “spread of
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