Starting November 1, most New York City employers must list the salary range on all posted job ads, promotions and transfer opportunities. This new law makes NYC the largest municipality in the U.S. to enforce pay transparency for both external and internal job advertisements.
FOR THE FIRST time in the history of the New York City Marathon, prize money will be awarded to non-binary runners during next month’s race.
Many individuals conflate #ColorDiscrimination with #RaceDiscrimination, but the two are not the same. New York color and race discrimination lawyer Jack Tuckner explains the difference between race and color discrimination and what your #rights are under the law.
#Pregnancy Discrimination in the workplace is illegal, but it happens all the time. As a #mom, you need to be proactive and understand your pregnancy rights. New York women’s rights attorney Jack Tuckner explains whether it is legal for a pregnant woman to be fired because she is unable to temporarily do her job.
If your company has failed to promote you because you’re pregnant, that’s illegal, that’s illegal sex discrimination, it’s illegal pregnancy discrimination.
How serious does #sexualharassment need to be to file a formal complaint at #work? Is unwanted workplace #flirting enough? New York Employment Rights Lawyer and Sexual Harassment Attorney Jack Tuckner explains what constitutes sexual harassment and when you should proceed with filing a complaint.
Make sure that you communicate to your company’s human resources department that your cubicle neighbor is not maintaining an appropriate sociological distance from you.
A common misconception is that #SexualHarassment can only occur between people of the opposite gender. This is incorrect, as workplace #SexHarassment can (and does) frequently occur between members of the same sex. New York sexual harassment attorney Jack Tuckner explains what constitutes illegal workplace sexual harassment.
New York State and New York City’s human rights laws prohibit discrimination based on arrest history or criminal conviction history. And there’s only two narrow exceptions to this prohibition.
If you feel you’re being managed out, treated differently, victimized because of your age, you may be a victim of age discrimination and before you’re fired, it’s best to take action.