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Hiring Personnel in New York: Dos and Don’ts – Part 2

In a previous article, we addressed certain pitfalls for numerous foreign employers seeking to hire personnel in New York State (see Part ... (1) offer letters and (2) background checks. What to Avoid ... read more

New York City Severely Limits Employers' Right To Background Checks

New York ... offer of employment has been extended. The most noteworthy exception applies to employers who are otherwise obligated under federal, state or local law to conduct employee criminal backgr... read more

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Hiring Personnel in New York: Dos and Don’ts – Part 2: Offer Letters and Background Checks

Once an employer has decided to extend an offer of employment to an applicant, many use offer letters to communicate key terms of employment for the candidate’s consideration. Offer letters are a valu... read more

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