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How to Investigate and Handle a Sexual Harassment Claim

Employees have the right to work in an environment free of harassment. Unfortunately, sexual harassment is common in many workplaces. Many workers face verbal and physical harassment, as well as sexually explicit remarks and unwelcome sexual advances that can create a hostile work environment. Employees do not need to be subject to this behavior. If...

What is Labor Trafficking?

You may have heard of human trafficking, in which people use force or coercion to make victims perform labor or sex acts. Labor trafficking is quite similar. This term refers to modern-day slavery. It is when a person forces another to perform labor and other services for little to no pay. This is illegal. There...

Paid Time Off to Vote in New York

The presidential primary election occurs in New York in April 2020. Other elections will take place later on in the year. Many New Yorkers are excited to participate in the voting process and pick their candidates for various offices, as well as cast their votes on issues that are important to them. However, voting typically...

New York’s Domestic Violence Leave Policy

Domestic violence is an issue that unfortunately affects many people in New York and across the rest of the country. Many are abused by their spouses, partners, parents, adult children, and other household members. Domestic violence can cause bruises, broken bones, head trauma, and other injuries. In some cases, victims are raped by their attackers....

Signs of Age Discrimination in the Workplace

When hiring a person to fill a job, employers should look at factors such as experience, skill, and ability to work well with others. Is the person reliable? Does he or she have good references? Unfortunately, some employers cannot look past a person’s age. Many companies try to portray a fresh, youthful environment, so they...

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