November 14, 2018
Illegal Negative Employment Actions

When Adverse/Negative Employment Actions Become Unlawful

Have you experienced an adverse/negative employment action by your employer? Learn when it is unlawful for your employer to do so & what you can do.
October 30, 2018
Sexual Harassment Training Service New York City

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training in New York

Is Your Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Policy Compliant With New York’s Model Policy? In April of 2018, New York State passed legislation to curtail sexual harassment occurring in the workplace. One such provision mandated that all employers in the state of New York must, by October 9, 2019, provide anti-sexual harassment training to all employees as well as supervisors. To aid employers in complying with this provision, the New York State Department of Labor (“NYSDOL”) […]
October 24, 2018
Attorneys Discrimination Family Medical Leave FMLA

Examples of Retaliation for Taking Family Medical Leave (FMLA)

Is your employer retaliating against you for requesting or taking family or medical leave (FMLA)? Contact our New York Employment Attorneys today.
September 28, 2018
Two Brothers Scrap Metal Alleged Unpaid Overtime


Nassau Judge certifies wage class action for laborers at Two Bros. Scrap Metal, Inc., dating back to June 2010 for alleged unpaid overtime.
September 25, 2018
NY Documentation Reporting Harassment Discrimination

The Importance of Proper Documentation of Complaints to Employer as Well as Holding on to Evidence of Discrimination/Harassment

Why you should consider reporting instances of discrimination, harassment, etc., to your employer and maintain copies of your complaints if possible.
September 21, 2018
Illegal Deductions Paycheck New York

Examples of Illegal Deductions From Wages

Employers oftentimes illegally deduct money from workers' wages. Here are some examples of what's considered "wage theft" by an employer.
September 4, 2018
Minimum Wage NYS NYC

Is My Employer Paying Me Enough?

The Minimum Wage in NYS, contrary to what some may believe, is not one rate that applies to all workers across the board but is dependent on these factors.