Retail and fast-food establishments now must provide their employees with precise work schedules as much as two weeks ahead of time. Burdening businesses with regulation only raises the cost of hiring. Read More.
New York City landlords frequently offer rent-stabilized tenants a “preferential rate,” reflecting the fact that the legal allowable rent can exceed the maximum that the market will actually bear. Read More.
Businesses in Manhattan between Chambers Street and 96th Street are obligated to pay tax on their rent. The city should be doing everything it can to help mom-and-pop stores and other businesses stay open. Read More.