There are a number of local, state and federal laws that protect employees from their employers' prejudices. It is against the law, for example, for an employer to refused to hire someone because of his or her national background. It is also against the law to not...
Month: February 2014
Readers in New York may be interested in the recent case of a female sales manager who filed a hostile work environment claim against her former boss. The woman says she suffered sexual harassment while in the car with her then-supervisor after attending a training...
Last week we talked about how women make less than men, and this week we will continue to look at gender-based discrimination. Although this week's specific story happened in Ohio, it is about Manhattan-based JPMorgan Chase, and, sadly, the kind of inappropriate and...
Though New York certainly doesn't have the worst wage gap between men and women, it is not at the top. For every one dollar that a man earns, a woman earns 82.9 cents on average. Not only is this wildly unfair, it potentially violates the federal Equal Pay Act. The...
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