A recent study by researchers at Rutgers and Syracuse University reveals the extent to which disabled New York workers can suffer from discrimination in the workplace. This past fall, researchers sent fake cover letters to various employers across New York. In many of...
Month: November 2015
According to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, during 2012, the median age for U.S. workers was 41.9. By the year 2022, officials project that the median age of the U.S. workforce will increase to 42.6. Additionally, based on 2013 statistics,...
Enacted in 1993, the Family Medical Leave Act provides employees with job security protection in the event that he or she has a qualifying family and/or medical reason that, under FMLA, warrants a leave. During a 12-month period, employees with qualifying...
In an Aug. 25 blog post, we discussed a scathing New York Times article that detailed the allegedly abusive and discriminatory culture at Amazon. More recently the company has been named in a lawsuit which was filed by four of Amazon's Prime Now service drivers who...
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