Attention NYC Fast Food: At-Will Employment Changes July 4

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“You’re fired.” Most US employers don’t need a reason to utter those words, but New York City’s new legislation protecting fast-food workers is going into July 4, 2021. After this, employers will either need “just-cause” or layoffs for economic reasons to terminate a fast-food employee.

The controversial new rule singles out one sector of employees and favors them above all other employees, with job protections that most employees don’t have. It may be controversial (the New York State Restaurant Association has already filed a lawsuit), but it may be the start of a change in US employment law.

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