Terminated on trumped-up charges? When a hard-working individual approaches their mid-50s or mid-60s, they should be at the top of their career game. A work ethic honed over many years, a wealth of knowledge grounded in real-world encounters, and skills gained from multiple positions and training exercises should serve them well. However, there may be […]
Employees are increasingly standing up against illegal retaliation at work. Retaliation may happen, for example, when employees oppose discriminatory policies, whether in their own position or the situations of coworkers who they stand up for. Retaliation is generally defined to include adverse actions adopted or decided on by employers in response to an employee’s complaint
Sex Discrimination in Raises and Compensation Policies in 2023: What’s New in the Law? We’ve known for years that unequal pay is holding women back. A Biden administration report in 2023 estimated that women employed full-time are receiving 15% less pay than men, which means women are earning about $10,000 less per year. The deficit
Medical Leave and Employment Disability Discrimination in 2023: Updates on Scheduling & Duties Medical Leave and Employment Disability Discrimination in 2023: Changing Schedules and Job Duties under Updated Rules Medical leave legislation can be a lifeline for workers with serious health issues. These laws are very strong and are enacted with the health and family
Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace: What Is the Updated Guidance in New York in 2023?
Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace: What Is the Updated Guidance in New York in 2023? What Is the Definition of Sexual Discrimination in the Workplace? Sex discrimination is the disparate treatment of men and women. Men and women are entitled to equal treatment in gaining employment, beneficial terms of employment including wages and benefits
Discrimination on Pregnancy by an Employee in Long Island and New York City in 2023 What is Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace? Sex discrimination is the unequal treatment of men and women. Under federal and state law, employees have a right to equal treatment at work regardless of their sex at birth or gender identity.
How Do Victims of 2023 Layoffs Show That They Were Illegally Targeted for Termination? Companies in New York and around the nation have been announcing massive layoffs in 2023. While inflation, artificial intelligence, and other excuses have been used, disturbing reports have emerged that employers may be targeting older workers, minorities, union activists, and workers
What Are Emotional Damages from Employment Discrimination and Can Lawyers Ask Courts to Compensate Employees for Anxiety or Other Distress in 2023?
What Are Emotional Damages from Employment Discrimination and Can Lawyers Ask Courts to Compensate Employees for Anxiety or Other Distress in 2023? Being a working woman can be difficult, although it does not have to be. Unwanted advances, inappropriate comments or insults, and exclusion from chances for networking or promotions can take a real toll
What Are Real Examples of Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace? Treating Pregnant Workers Worse Pregnancy is a status protected under federal law from discrimination. Treating pregnant persons worse than others may be sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In addition, it may violate the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. Firing a
Which Law Prohibits Employment Discrimination Based on Race or Background? Federal Law One of the main laws protecting anyone from discrimination based on race or their background is the Civil Rights Act of 1964-Title VII. It prohibits discrimination based on race or background, as well as color, religion, and sex. Any action that results in