Can I Refuse to Travel if I’m Pregnant?

If you’re pregnant, business travel can be difficult, especially if you’re having complications. What are your legal rights and what conversation should you have with your boss?

Can my employer discriminate against me based on my hairstyle?

Hello. My name is Jack Tuckner. I’m an Employment Discrimination attorney based in New York City, and a Women’s Rights…

What Can I Do if My Company Won’t Address My Sexual Harassment Complaint?

You’ve made a written complaint to your company about being sexually harassed, but they won’t do anything. What should you do next? What are your options?

Can I be fired for reporting sexual harassment?

You cannot be fired FOR reporting sexual harassment, as that’s illegal retaliation, because the sexual harassment reporting itself is protected activity under United States and your state’s civil rights laws.

What Must a Company Do When a Sexual Harassment Claim is Made?

Once you make a sexual harassment claim to your company, they cannot simply ignore it. Find out what steps the company must take after a claim is made.

U.S. Women’s Soccer Players bring glory; receive less

Women soccer players earn a maximum of $99,000 in total during the course of a 20-games season – $4,950 per game, while the payout for the male players is an average of $263,320, or $13,166 per game.

WorldPride NYC 2019: The 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising

We were at the WorldPride NYC 2019 which commemorated the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising yesterday. Following are some photos we took at the event.

Diversity in the Boardroom: Minorities and Women Grapple with Wage Gap

According to the latest data released by Catalyst on May 1 this year, whereas in the top S&P 500 companies, women comprise almost 44.7% of the workforce, only 5% of women hold any position equivalent to that of a CEO. Likewise, 89% of top earners in the corporations happen to be men.

Gender Pay Disparity: Overworked Men, Undervalued Women

Current debates on gender gap disparity are timely. Claudia Goldin, an economist at Harvard argues that women don’t step back from work because they have rich husbands; they have rich husbands. because they step back from work.