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Month: September 2013

Woman sues employer over years-long sexual harassment

  When people go to work they expect to be treated with respect. Unfortunately, that is not the case for many of New York's workers. Recently, a 52-year-old woman has filed a lawsuit against her former employer for sexual harassment and workplace discrimination....

New York workers may earn more money next year

  In New York, employees do not work for free, even if many employers wish they did. Everyone needs to make a living and employment laws define exactly how much an employee must make per hour. These minimum wage laws are important and keep employers from taking...