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Aug 8, 2022

What Rights Do Employees Have During Layoffs?

No one wants to be laid off from their job. However, this is sometimes unavoidable and...


Jul 27, 2022

Is a Mandatory Retirement Age Discriminatory?

Retirement is a goal that many people work hard to get to. While saving up for...


Jul 20, 2022

Are Out-Of-State Workers Protected by NYC Employment Laws?

Today, it’s extremely common for employees to work remotely from their homes instead of going into...


Jul 13, 2022

What is National Origin Under Title VII?

It’s illegal to discriminate against employees based on their membership in a protected class. One of...


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Oct 19, 2021

What to Know About Being an At-Will Employee

Have you ever wondered what your rights as an at-will employee are? Maybe you’re new to...


Oct 6, 2021

Everything You Need to Know About Non-Compete Agreements

At the start of a new job, you expect to receive a few different documents from...


Sep 30, 2021

How Does Suing for Emotional Distress Work?

Our work environments can have a big impact on our lives, especially when our experiences are...


Sep 17, 2021

How to Protect Yourself After Experiencing Discrimination at Work

Many of us face challenges during the workday, and this is to be expected in any...


Sep 10, 2021

Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employees

If you’ve tried to learn more about your rights as an employee, you may have noticed...


Sep 2, 2021

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

There may be times where your health or a loved one’s can require you to miss...


Aug 26, 2021

Are Non-Competes Enforceable for Independent Contractors?

There are many great reasons to be an independent contractor. You can have the flexibility that...


Aug 20, 2021

What Can an Employment Discrimination Lawyer Help With?

Believing that your employer or coworkers have discriminated against you can cause you to feel vulnerable...


Jun 29, 2021

Just Cause Provision for NYC Fast Food Workers Challenged

In January, the Fair Workweek Law was amended, prohibiting fast-food restaurants from firing workers or removing...


Jun 17, 2021

New York Times Accused of Unfair Labor Practices

The New York Times is being accused of unfair labor practices by forbidding workers from showing...


Jun 2, 2021

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

Amidst the push for gig workers to unionize, lawmakers, labor unions, and tech companies are getting...


May 11, 2021

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

One of the most common reasons women continue to fall behind in pay scale to their...

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