A maintenance worker worked for the same company for over 20 years. He consistently received positive reviews. After 25 years of solid performance, he was forced to take some time off to care for his aging father who was suffering from Alzheimer's. He was fired for...
Month: May 2016
It is an unfortunate fact that some employers and co-workers treat pregnant employees differently. When this happens, an employer may be committing pregnancy discrimination. Here are some warning signs that you are the victim of pregnancy discrimination: · An...
If you are eligible for overtime pay, you should know that you are supposed to receive time-and-a-half for every hour you work beyond 40 hours in one workweek. Workers who are eligible for overtime pay are categorized as non-exempt workers. Exempt workers, on the...
Federal law, New York State law, and New York City law prohibit sexual harassment in the workplace. Under these laws, you are protected against both quid pro quo and hostile work environment forms of sexual harassment in the workplace. You are also protected from...
Pregnancy can be an incredible time in any woman's life. For roughly nine months, a woman needs to prioritize her health, safety and emotional well-being in ways she may never have had to do before. Between all these adjustments and considerations, it can be something...
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