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Month: September 2016

Am I entitled to all my tips?

Employees working in the service or hospitality industry often rely on tips as a substantial part of their income. State laws in New York even offer special minimum wage restrictions for such occupations, including those in hotel service or the restaurant industry....

Retired NHL players speak with congress about concussions

Regardless of your line of work, there is always the potential of a workplace accident or illness. Overworked white collar employees experiencing excessive stress or mental abuse may experience anxiety attacks or depression, while blue collar workers doing physical...

Protections in whistleblower situations

Every employee desires to work in an environment that is safe and free from negative pressure and influence from other employees. Unfortunately, there are situations in which this comfort is compromised and an employee can be left in a position in which they feel...

Sexual harassment still a problem in many workplaces

Despite all the advances in civil rights over the last few decades in the United States, sexual harassment in the workplace still occurs, and it is not always easy to identify the frequency of such incidents. Unfortunately, due to the various situations that may be...