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NYSA Legislative Update

December 16, 2015

Tannenbaum Helpern's employment law attorney and NYSA's Associate General Counsel Jason Klimpl and NYSA's Metro Chapter Legislative Chairman Jim Essey, shared legal and operational best practices on what managers and owners of staffing firms need to do to comply with new regulations such as applicant's criminal backgrounds and credit checks. The program also covered temporary workers' eligibility for the TransitCheck program, the difference between a fully insured and a self-insured ACA MV plan and what to look for in a self-insured stop loss policy. For more information please contact info@nystaffing.org.


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