Over the past few years, a coalition of determined activists, labor unions, non-profits and lawyers have done an amazing job of bringing the issue of wage theft to the forefront. The trend is such that the New York Times notified its readers of a "a flood of recent...
Month: January 2016
The issue of whether certain workers should be classified as employees or independent contractors has jumped to the forefront in recent years, largely because of Uber - lawsuits have popped up around the country arguing that Uber drivers are actually regular...
Nearly everyone has likely had a bad day at work and may even have felt at some point as though they were being taken advantage of or deserve more compensation. To resolve these types of work-related issues, it’s often best to speak directly with one’s...
According to its website, New York City's Building's Department ensures for "the lawful use of over one million buildings and construction sites," throughout the city, "by enforcing compliance with city building codes and regulations." The integral role that the...
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