By Saswat Pattanayak If the Department of Labor (DOL)’s proposed rule comes into effect, whereby tips are shifted from workers to employers, workers may lose $5.8 billion in tips. Women will stand to be the biggest victims of this anti-worker legislation piece that would deprive them of nearly $4.6 billion, considering they comprise 80% of […]
Starting this December 31, 2017, the minimum wage for workers in New York City (the 5 boroughs that comprise NYC) rises to $13 an hour.
Employers are now prohibited in NYC from prompting you, asking you, asking your prior employer, searching for publicly available information about your past salary history.
According to at least one employment lawyer’s opinion, roughly 300,000 African-American federal employees right now are suffering in a hostile work environment.
If you are being sexually harassed in the workplace and you work for a tiny mom-and-pop employer with let’s say 3 employees, what do you do?