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March 2018 Archives

Time's Up initiative to combat sexual harassment in advertising

Whether New Yorkers were just hired for a job or have been at the same position for years, it is important for employees to understand their rights in the workplace. And, even when one is fully aware of these rights, this does not always mean they will be upheld. Maybe it is a co-worker, supervisor or boss. No matter who it is, mistreatment, harassment and discrimination in the workplace is not only uncomfortable, but is also illegal.

What is ERISA?

When we are hired for a job, some rights are apparent. This includes receiving a wage, breaks and a safe work environment. Additionally, employees are aware of their right to not be harassed in the workplace. Beyond these obvious rights, some employees may be unsure of their rights when it comes to retirement, pensions and health plans. The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 outlines these rights.

The line between sexual harassment and flirting is not that fine.

Flirting in the workplace is a hot topic right now. As the pendulum swings from the abusive sexist environments from decades past, many fear that it might swing too far the other way. The most echoed statement when the topic comes up is "Where is the line now?"

Guiding you through corporate governance issues

There are a lot of people who function to ensure a company is run and operates efficiently. While officers, directors and shareholders are what make a corporation a corporation; this does not means there aren't any issues with or among these individuals. Corporate governance is essential, and if a dispute arises, it is important to take steps to resolve them to ensure this dispute does not impact the overall function of the corporation.

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