Even with city, state and federal laws that are designed to protect employees from workplace harassment, sexual harassment remains a widespread problem in workplaces in New York and throughout the U.S. In many cases, victims of sexual harassment don't know where to...
Month: May 2015
The Employment Retirement Income Security Act, commonly called ERISA, sets standards for private sector pension and health care plans and establishes protections for employees who participate in the plans. Section 510 of ERISA specifically prohibits interference by...
Should your employer be able to track your location when you're not working? No, says a woman who was allegedly fired for disabling a work-related GPS app on her phone. The woman was a sales executive for a money transfer business called Intermex, and in her lawsuit,...
The Family and Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, is the federal law that requires covered employers -- those that employee 50 or more people within 75 miles -- to provide up to 12 weeks a year of unpaid leave to eligible employees. The leave could be for an employee's...
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