Should I Sign A Bad Work Evaluation or Write-Up?

New York Employment Lawyer Jack Tuckner explains what you should do if you’re asked to sign a bad work evaluation, and how you can best protect your rights.

Complaining about Discrimination in the Workplace

When you complain to your employer, what you have to do is tell your employer. When I say tell, you can tell, you can speak, you will speak, you will be interviewed about it, but make sure it’s all documented.

Hostile Work Environment: How to Protect Yourself?

If you identify that the hostility is arising because of something about you as a woman, or a person of color, or because of your age, or your disability, or some other protected status, then it is illegal.

Manhattan Appellate Court Upholds William Sipser’s important state division of human rights disability discrimination trial win

A major victory by William J. Sipser at a trial at the New York State Division of Human Rights on behalf of his client Chrystal Martinez, was upheld by a June 2018 decision by the Appellate Division, First Department. The Manhattan appeals court upheld Sipser’s trial verdict where he proved that Martinez was fired illegally due to her disability.

The Secret to Filing Administrative Complaints with the EEOC or the SDHR: Don’t Do It!

The Secret to Filing Administrative Complaints with the EEOC or the SDHR: Don’t Do It!  Q: Should I file a…

NY Lowers Employee Threshold for Bringing Sexual Harassment Claims, and Enhances Remedies

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.