At a cursory glance, it looks like an absolute positive: reports of workplace injuries, according to the federal government, declined by more than 30 percent between 2003 and 2011. But at the same time, lawsuits claiming workplace retaliation have seen an uptick. In...
Month: July 2013
New York is one of 48 states that do not offer a family leave insurance program for workers. Only New Jersey and California offer such a program. There is, of course, the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, which allows for qualifying workers to take unpaid leave....
Even in the most obvious cases of sexual harassment or workplace discrimination, employees who have been wronged will need strong legal support to ensure the best outcome in an employment lawsuit. New Yorkers may be interested in a recent ruling in Iowa that found...
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