Under both New York City and state laws, no one can be discriminated against on the basis of sexual orientation. Like race, religion, national origin and a variety of other protected classes, if an employee says that he or she is experiencing workplace discrimination...
Month: November 2013
Imagine being told that you must return to work the day after you give birth. Though most people in New York can't imagine an employer saying that, there are no requirements for smaller companies and employers to give their employees any paid or unpaid time off for...
In a vote that has been 17 years in the making, the United States Senate passed an anti-discrimination law that prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation. This gives employee rights to gay, lesbians, bisexual and transgender individuals for the first time....
Everyone has the right to go to their jobs and not be harassed. But for some, sexual harassment is a real issue and sometimes the only way to address it effectively is by seeking justice through the court system. One woman is doing just that; she has filed a workplace...
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