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March 2018 Archives

Ex-Google employee files lawsuit after termination

New York residents who followed the firing of James Damore at Google over a memo he wrote and his claims that the company discriminated against conservative white men might be interested to know that another employee has now filed a lawsuit against the company for retaliation, harassment, discrimination and wrongful termination. The plaintiff says he was fired for internal posts and memes he made about sexism and racism in response to the Damore memo.

Is your severance offer fair?

At some point in your career, you may receive a severance offer from an employer. This is not always an easy scenario to navigate, and it is important for you to understand the issues so that you can make an informed decision about the offer and potentially negotiate the terms.

Court backs transgender worker's discrimination charges

LGBTQ employees in New York may want to know more about the latest developments in federal circuit courts regarding cases involving workplace discrimination. Recent rulings and appeals have indicated that employers cannot discriminate based on sexual orientation and gender identity. In one ruling, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found in favor of a transgender employee who was terminated after she revealed to her employer that she was transitioning.

Sexual harassment still an issue for many women

According to a Pew Research survey, 48 percent of women say they work for companies that have more women than men. Approximately 18 percent say that there are more men than women in their workplace, and that imbalance may lead to gender discrimination. Women who say that there are more men where they work report having trouble getting ahead at work or being treated fairly.

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