Racial Discrimination in the Workplace

Posted on Feb 27, 2019 by Brittany Carter

Solidarity Against Racism and Injustice – A Message from Console Mattiacci Law How to Identify Racial Discrimination in the Workplace Race discrimination is illegal in the workplace under both state and federal laws. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII) states that it is illegal to discriminate against someone based on race, color,…

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Your Employer Denied Your FMLA. What Now?

Posted on Feb 06, 2019 by Brittany Carter

The Family and Medical Leave Act provides crucial support to employees who need to take time off from work to take care of themselves or a family member. If an employer is covered by the FMLA compliance is not voluntary. Unfortunately, some workers are unlawfully denied FMLA leave or retaliated against for taking it. As…

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Pregnancy Discrimination Laws in New York

Posted on Dec 13, 2018 by Brittany Carter

New York employers are prohibited by federal, state, and local laws from engaging in pregnancy-related discrimination. Companies must also comply with statutes regarding leaves of absence for conditions and situations associated with pregnancy. However, many employees either do not understand their rights or have the legal background necessary to enforce them. If you are facing…

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Is New York an At-Will Employment State?

Posted on Dec 13, 2018 by Brittany Carter

When it comes to hiring and firing workers in New York, employers and employees alike have many questions about their rights. “At-will” means that an employee works “at the will of” the employer, and thus can be fired without cause. However, employees have many rights through laws and contracts that limit the ability of an…

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