If you work anywhere in New York and you’re experiencing unwelcome sexual attention in the workplace, it’s now illegal, even if you work for a tiny company and you’re the only employee.
Employees in the state of New York have several avenues for filing a sexual harassment complaint. Civil rights attorney Jack Tuckner writes about the available options.
Are you suffering from severe workplace bullying? Join Jack Tuckner and Deborah O’Rell as they visit with Professor David Yamada, a tenured Professor of Law and Founding Director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School in Boston. Professor Yamada is an internationally recognized authority on the legal aspects of workplace bullying (http://newworkplace.wordpress.com), […]
Here’s a question of the week? Can I be fired from my job for something that I can prove I didn’t do, that’s completely unjust and unfair? And the answer is, unfortunately, almost always absolutely yes. You can be fired, if you are an employee of a company and you don’t have a binding […]
Republicans Eliminate Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Act adopted under Obama Administration In yet another blow to working Americans, President Donald Trump signed a law repealing an Obama administration act called the “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” rule (the “Act”), which required large contractors to disclose violations of labor laws, and to take actions to […]