School Reopening Guidelines – New YorkPublished on July 16, 2020Paul L. Scrom Jr., Esq. Partner at Jules Halpern Associates LLCThis week the NYS Department of Health issued a set of guidelines for schools that serve children from grades kindergarten through 12. The guidelines are aimed at informing school leaders as to

The New Workplace: Part II – Moving Forward May 18th, 2020 | By Jules Halpern Associates | Employee Attendance, Employee Performance, Employee Schedules, Employer Liability, Employer Policies, Employment Law, Employment Trends, Human Resources, Management, Working from Home, Workplace Culture In Part I of our “New Workplace” series we explored what employers need to do as they transition back to the workplace. With most states beginning

News and Articles The New Workplace: Part I – Transitioning  Back Post COVID-19 April 28th, 2020 | By Jules Halpern Associates   As the country begins to look forward to the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic, many employers are wondering how their operations will need to adjust to the “new workplace.”

There’s been a flurry of activity surrounding the COVID-19 tax stimulus with changes in tax filing deadlines, paid sick leave, tax credits, stimulus payments, and all kinds of other stuff. We have attempted, to the best of our abilities during a challenging tax season, to synthesize all the changes into

By: Peter Spoleti   April 6, 2020  Retailers and restaurants are incredibly resilient. With all the obstacles that have been thrown their way, the retail industry survives.  Through economic downturns to the threat of a near apocalypse retailers and restaurants have shown resourcefulness and perseverance to overcome those obstacles and have