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Giving sound legal counsel when employee rights are compromised

New Yorkers work hard. Although most employers appreciate that hard work and value their employees, some do not. Some employers choose to ignore their employees' work and the rights their employees hold under the law. These workers are often shortchanged by being denied proper wages and benefits that are afforded to them by state and federal labor laws. When employee rights are compromised, this is when our Westchester County law firm steps in.

Two hospital staffers charge boss with sexual harassment

In most professions, friendly office banter is usually a welcome way to reduce stress. However, lines can be blurred when banter borders on sexually suggestive comments and then quickly turns into sexual harassment if pornography and lewd comments enter the picture. Although this may seem extreme, in the case of two hospital staffers in New York, it was what they experienced from their boss.

How do employees file discrimination complaints in New York?

The last half-century in particular has seen legislation at the federal and state levels outlawing discrimination in various places, including the workplace. However, some New York employers still subject their employees to employment discrimination, whether intentionally or unknowingly. In such instances, workers should not hesitate to air their grievances and demand that the discriminatory actions cease immediately.

New York wage and hour dispute help

Wages and work hours are often a bone of contention in many employment law cases in New York, as well as in the rest of the country. However, wage-and-hour disputes can be avoided by both employers and employees, if they understand the relevant information about wage laws and when to communicate essential information to each other.

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