Working in excess of 40 hours a week is not something people typically enjoy doing. However, for non-exempt employees across New York, it can be financially rewarding thanks to overtime pay. Eligible employees who work overtime are entitled to receive...
Month: May 2017
Federal, state and local laws protect employees from discrimination based on a number of protected classifications, including race, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital or parental status, age, disability, and sexual orientation. When an employee is...
Employees have a number of legal protections in place to ensure they are treated fairly by employers in New York. However, there are times when people do not comply with these laws. For instance, most employees are protected from wrongful termination. This means that...
Acting as a whistleblower is a role that should not be taken lightly. It puts an employee in a very difficult and stressful position that takes an emotional toll on a person. He or she can feel disloyal, scared and vulnerable to serious repercussions. However, it is...
A paycheck is one of the most important things in a person's life. It allows us to support ourselves and our families, and sometimes people have to work in jobs they hate just to make enough to do that. With all this in mind, it seems especially egregious when an...
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