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Westchester Lawyer Publishes Article by Michael Reed that Examines Andryeyeva v. New York Health Care

When it comes to the minimum wage, there are usually two different perspectives. On the one hand, people argue that employees need to be paid a living wage. On the other hand, people argue that if businesses have to pay more, they will hire fewer employees or close their doors. This tension is front and center in the recent Andryeyeva v. New York Health Care litigation involving home health aides (“HHAs”).1 Read more