When many people in New York City think about employment law, they may think of workplace discrimination. Although workplace discrimination is still a serious problem in even some of the biggest companies, a 2011 ruling by the Supreme Court has made it much harder for...
Month: January 2014
Imagine trying to survive in Manhattan on the minimum wage. While it may seem impossible, it apparently can be done. When employees are paid under the minimum wage, are not paid their hourly or salaried wage, or are not paid overtime, it is a violation of New York and...
A workplace should be free of sexual innuendo and harassment. Unfortunately, that does not always hold true. A New York assemblyman was recently accused of sexual harassment by several of the women who worked in his office. Currently, seven women have filed complaints...
Although there are considerable federal protections that most New Yorkers can rely upon to combat sex discrimination in the workplace, gender identity and gender performance is a much more complex topic. Sex, which is determined biologically, need not align with...
A New York dairy company accused of a variety of employment-related violations has reached a settlement with the federal agency that brought the allegations. Official reports show that Cream-O-Land Dairy was accused of workplace discrimination against minority groups...
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