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June 2018 Archives

How to combat bullying at work

Those who have bullied at work have several options for how they want to handle the situation. In some cases, a New York worker may choose to just ignore the situation and hope that a harasser stops his or her behavior. However, if ignoring the situation doesn't work, it is important to know how to take action. As a general rule, someone who feels unsafe at work will want to discuss the situation with the employer.

Women continue to face a gender pay gap

Even 55 years after the Equal Pay Act was first signed into law in 1963, many women working in New York and across the country continue to face a gender pay gap. This issue continues to affect a broad swath of American women, particularly women of color who face multifaceted elements of discrimination in many cases. Every year, advocates draw attention to this issue by marking Equal Pay Day, indicating the day to which an average woman needs to work to make up for the pay gap with an average man from the prior year.

Court finds that experience ranges may be discriminatory

Age discrimination in the workplace is illegal under both the state laws of New York and federal law. Despite these laws, age discrimination continues to be a pervasive problem. People who are older than age 40 regularly experience discrimination because of their age.

Veterans discharged for minor offenses face hiring difficulties

Many New Yorkers like to believe that military veterans are always treated fairly in the workplace. However, veterans who were discharged for minor offenses often have difficulty getting hired. In fact, the problem is so bad that the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities just warned employers not to discriminate against veterans who were discharged for certain reasons.

4 areas restaurateurs must focus on for a non-hostile workplace

The restaurant industry has a vast demographic. You can find people from all walks of life working in restaurants. The owners and management of these establishments must ensure that they are taking steps to protect their employees from issues that range from discrimination to wage theft.

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