June 26, 2018
New York Wage and Hour Attorney

Checking Your Check: Why Keeping Track of Your Pay Stubs and Hours Worked Is Important

When Was The Last Time You Examined Your Pay Stub? Under New York Labor Law and the Wage Theft Prevention Act, employers are required to issue a wage statement, or pay stub, every pay period with the employee’s name, the employer’s name, address, and phone number, and the dates covered by the payment. If you don’t receive it the fines can be as much as $50 per day. Assuming you receive pay stubs, here are […]
June 25, 2018
New York New Sexual Harassment Laws

Provisions of NYS 2019 Budget To Combat Workplace Sexual Harassment

Additional protections against workplace sexual harassment signed into law by Governor Cuomo as part of the 2019 NYS budget. Learn more.
June 21, 2018
Gender Discrimination Attorney New York

Jones Day, Global Law Firm, Faces Serious Gender Discrimination Lawsuit

Jones Day, an international law firm, is now facing a serious gender discrimination lawsuit based on their compensation system and their fraternity-like culture of exclusion toward women. Learn more.
June 1, 2018
Discrimination Having Family

New York Laws | Discrimination Based On Family Status

New York employers sometimes discriminate against employees for having a family. Is it illegal in New York for an employer to discriminate against or punish an employee for family responsibilities? What can you do to protect your career when it's in jeopardy simply because you're a parent or caregiver? Learn more.
May 25, 2018
Tenured Teacher Attorney In New York

Fired As A Tenured Teacher Or Educator? What Are Your Legal Rights?

Is it illegal to fire a tenured teacher? Have you been dismissed, terminated or served with 3020-a charges? Our New York Employment Attorneys discuss how tenure can offer additional legal protection against unlawful termination. Protect your career.
May 22, 2018
Discrimination Against Pregnant New Mom

From the Mommy Track to the Executive Track: How Women Can Stop Pregnancy Discrimination

What is “The Mommy Track” and how does this perceived notion of women encourage pregnancy discrimination? What can pregnant women and new Moms do to ensure their career or career advancement isn’t placed in jeopardy? Learn more.
May 21, 2018
Overtime Pay

Am I Owed Overtime Pay Or Does My Job Classify Me As Exempt?

Is your employer withholding overtime pay? Do you feel you are owed overtime pay? Some employers will engage in unlawful practices to avoid their responsibilities of paying their employees overtime. One such unlawful practice is job misclassification. Learn how you can protect your employee rights.