In the United States, workers are protected against suffering acts of discrimination and harassment due to their gender, sexual orientation, race, national origin, religion, age or disability. While federal employment laws like Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of...
Month: September 2015
In addition to federal and state laws banning discrimination against certain groups with regard to employment, housing and public accommodations; New York City has taken additional steps to stomp out discrimination. For residents in New York City, regulatory policies...
Liane Fisher, one of the founding partners of Serrins Fisher, was recently interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on the recent NLRB finding that could expand labor protections to some contract workers. You can read about it here.
By Liane Fisher, Founding Partner, Serrins Fisher Law.com is out with a report this week highlighting an important legal victory for New York-based home healthcare aides. My firm, Serrins Fisher, represents the plaintiffs in the action, and my associate Michael...
From sexually-explicit and racist comments to physical threats and acts of bullying; workers in every industry, position and pay scale may report being victims of workplace harassment and discrimination. While state and federal laws exist banning these types of acts,...
According to the New York City Economic Development Corporation, as of the end of July, the city's private and government employers are responsible for the employment of more than 4.2 million workers. Within recent years, competition among businesses for the...
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