It’s crucial for you to make a disaster preparedness plan for your business, city and disaster agents say. Eighty percent of companies that don’t recover from a disaster within a month go out of business for good, says the U.S. Small Business Association.
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NYC interns are now protected from sexual harassment and discrimination. But the new law is one of the few in the nation.
New York survivalist groups prepare for the worst with workshops, classes and wilderness weekends.
The change comes shortly after the publisher was criticized for a listing for an unpaid student internship.
The mechanics of Willets Point, long known for its auto repair shops and scrap yards, may soon disappear
In an effort to boost hiring, tech firm Squarespace has launched a new campaign that flies top applicants to the Big Apple. But will giving away free vacations really get Squarespace the results it wants?
New York University and Columbia University have changed their policies on unpaid internships.
Hundreds of temporary workers and independent vendors swarmed on the 13-block stretch of Broadway, dubbed Super Bowl Boulevard this week with one purpose: to make money.
The New York/New Jersey Super Bowl Host Company promoted “nearly 600 million in spending” locally when the decision was first made to host football’s biggest game of the year. But some hotels and New Jersey residents haven’t seen the type of boom they were told to expect.