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.
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.
If you’re being discriminated against, it may lead to a severance package since your company is not allowed to treat you worse because of protected civil rights complaint
Do you have a valid claim for wrongful discharge? Well, ask yourself these three questions for a start.
Flirting, whether it’s in-person at work, or by phone, email, Zoom, or text, if it is unwelcome, unwanted, unsolicited by you, it amounts to sex discrimination. Civil rights attorney Jack Tuckner explains when flirting in the workplace cross the line into sexual harassment.
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.
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.
The Appeals Court found that Sipser’s client raised questions of fact as to whether the reason given for her termination was a “pretext”—or excuse–for disability discrimination. This is the second important disability case won by Sipser at the Appellate Division in 2018 alone.
The New York Times reviewed thousands of pages of court and public records and interviewed dozens of women, their lawyers and government officials. A clear pattern emerged. Many of the country’s largest and most prestigious companies still systematically sideline pregnant women. They pass them over for promotions and raises. They fire them when they complain.
Glamour Magazine for its Solidarity Issue of June/July 2018 reached out to Jack Tuckner, Esq. with the question — How should the average person handle sexual harassment at work?