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How does race discrimination differ from color discrimination?


Residents of New York, whether they work in a factory, at a construction site or in an office, deserve to be treated fairly in the workplace. The law recognizes this and makes it illegal for employers to discriminate against a worker based on that worker's race or color. However, there is a difference between discrimination based on a person's race and discrimination based on a person's color.

Breach of an oral contract may be wrongful termination


It is sometimes the case that after many years of hard work and dedication, an employee in New York can find themselves fired for reasons that are not their fault. If an employee does not have an employment contract, they are considered to be employed "at will." If so, the employer can fire a worker for any reason, so long as it is not an unlawful reason, such as discrimination or retaliation.

Employees of airport contractor report workplace discrimination


Part of what makes New York so special is the diversity of its population. Most of the time, people of different religions in New York are able to work together respectfully and without incident. However, there are times when religious discrimination in the workplace allegedly occurs.

How is sexual harassment handled in the courts?


Americans throughout the United States, including the New York tri-state area, have various protections in the workplace. Through Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, sexual harassment is considered a form of sex discrimination. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EOCC, has a very specific definition, which includes: unwanted sexual advances; requests for sexual favors; sexual physical or verbal conduct, which implicitly or explicitly, interferes with an employee's work, affects a worker's employment, or creates a work environment that is considered hostile, offensive or intimidating.

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