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Feb 18

What Employees Need To Know About Workplace Relationships

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Most people have seen the critically acclaimed television series, The Office, featuring the workplace romance of Pam and Jim. While their happily-ever-after worked out at Dunder Mifflin, that doesn’t mean […]

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Feb 12

ADA Mistakes Employers Should Avoid and Employees Need to Know

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Under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), “a reasonable accommodation is a modification or adjustment to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done during the […]

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Feb 4

Gaslighting in the Workplace: What New York Workers Need to Know

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Gaslighting. We’ve heard of it in romantic relationships but did you know that it’s also a common occurrence in the workplace? Consider this interaction: You log out of your workstation […]

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Jan 29

My Employer Declared Bankruptcy and I Was Never Paid. Can I Sue For Lost Wages?

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Economic hardships tend to have a trickle-down effect on all those involved. And when a business has financial difficulties, filing for bankruptcy may seem like a good option–except for employees. […]

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Jan 22

Can an Email Exchange Constitute a Legally Binding Contract?

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When you are in the process of accepting a job offer, you should be given an employment contract to review. It will include things like salary/wages, schedule, duties, confidentiality agreement, […]

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Jan 15

Employees Who Engage in Political Protest: What Employers Need To Know

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All of 2020 and so far, the start of 2021, has proven to be politically tumultuous. While as Americans, there is a constitutional right to exercise free speech–including in exercising […]

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Dec 10

When Your Employer Misclassifies You

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In a time where employers are utilizing the services of independent contractors to cut costs, employees and independent contractors alike must practice their own due diligence when it comes to […]

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Sep 23

Off-The-Clock Work: Is it Legal?

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You go above and beyond in your work to impress your boss. But when you’re working outside of your regular hours, you expect to be compensated for your time. But […]

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Jul 17

Overtime Lawsuits in New York For Hospital Workers

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As the novel coronavirus continues to plague the United States, those who serve on the frontlines are now facing a new danger–wage violations. According to reports by The Daily Gazette, […]

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Jul 10

Do I Need A Lawyer For a NYC Tip Theft Claim?

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According to the U.S. Bureau Of Labor Statistics, in 2017, 161,720 individuals were employed as waiters and waitresses in New York alone, with nearly 18% of the population employed in […]

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