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Sep 17

How to Protect Yourself After Experiencing Discrimination at Work

Posted by in Discrimination, Employment Law.

Many of us face challenges during the workday, and this is to be expected in any industry. However, no employee should be expected to deal with discrimination while they’re at […]

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Sep 10

Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employees

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If you’ve tried to learn more about your rights as an employee, you may have noticed that some employees are classified differently. Some employees are “exempt,” while others are “non-exempt,” […]

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Sep 2

What is a Violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act?

Posted by in Discrimination, Employment Law.

There may be times where your health or a loved one’s can require you to miss a significant amount of time from work. Or, maybe you’ve had a happier occasion […]

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Aug 26

Are Non-Competes Enforceable for Independent Contractors?

Posted by in Employment Law.

There are many great reasons to be an independent contractor. You can have the flexibility that others don’t have, such as being able to choose where you work from and […]

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Aug 20

What Can an Employment Discrimination Lawyer Help With?

Posted by in Discrimination, Employment Law.

Believing that your employer or coworkers have discriminated against you can cause you to feel extremely vulnerable and unsafe, even outside of the workplace. This is stressful and upsetting to […]

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Aug 4

Common Forms of Wage Theft and What You Can Do About It

Posted by in Employment Law.

If someone broke into your house or took money from your bank account, you wouldn’t doubt that someone stole from you. But what if your employer is withholding money from […]

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Jun 29

Just Cause Provision for NYC Fast Food Workers Challenged

Posted by in Employment Law.

In January, the Fair Workweek Law was amended, prohibiting fast-food restaurants from firing workers or removing shifts without first going through progressive discipline measures or coaching employees to better performance […]

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Jun 17

New York Times Accused of Unfair Labor Practices

Posted by in Employment Law.

The New York Times is being accused of unfair labor practices by forbidding workers from showing support for unionizing. According to The Hill, The NewsGuild of New York announced in […]

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Jun 2

Gig Workers Hope For Unionization–But What Will That Entail?

Posted by in Employment Law.

Amidst the push for gig workers to unionize, lawmakers, labor unions, and tech companies are getting closer to reaching an agreement–but it comes at a cost. New York gig workers […]

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May 11

What You Need To Know About New York’s Salary History Ban

Posted by in Employment Law.

One of the most common reasons women continue to fall behind in pay scale to their male counterparts in similar positions is because of salary history. However, New York has […]

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