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September 2014 Archives

When does a firing become a case of wrongful termination?

In New York's competitive workforce, keeping a job is a necessity. Also, job security, income and benefits are a big help for New Yorkers and their families because the uncertain economy has yet to stabilize. However, if an employee is unexpectedly laid off from work without a specified reason, a worker will no doubt wonder if the firing was legal or if it may be a possible case of wrongful termination. It is important that a terminated worker know the nuances of wrongful discharge to find out the facts of the firing and formulate any possible response.

Comprehensive and up-to-date guidance for New York workers

Laws and labor practices in the United States, as well as in New York, are dynamic. There are times when employers and supervisors have a different understanding and interpretation of labor laws. This can results in misunderstandings, often leaving an employee holding the short end of the stick. When handling workplace concerns, it is best that New Yorkers are represented by a law firm that can offer its clients comprehensive, real-time guidance to assess and prevent possible labor risks and human resource issues. Our law firm takes pride in being that type of law firm.

Employment discrimination basics for New Yorkers

Most New Yorkers believe that discrimination in any form is unacceptable. Unfortunately, discrimination persists in many areas of American life. One of them is the workplace. Fortunately, both the federal and state governments have been addressing employment discrimination in the last few decades, allowing workers to stand up for themselves and to seek redress when they have been discriminated against on the job.

Vikings and former kicker settle wrongful termination case

No matter how acrimonious a dispute may be, resolution is always possible. New Yorkers may consider this point in thinking about the recent settlement between the Minnesota Vikings -- the National Football League team -- and their former punter, Chris Kluwe.

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