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- Mayor de Blasio Signs New Laws Enhancing The New York City Human Rights Law
New York City recently enacted new laws strengthening the New York City Human Rights Law.
- Can You Get Fired for What You Post on Social Media?
Like the answer to so many legal questions, it depends. As more and more people are using social media, this area has become a common ground for employees to post information about their jobs, their personal lives, their views and other aspects of their lives that do not pertain to their work. However, in some cases, employers may have grounds to fire employees for their social media conduct.
- Workplace Discrimination on the Basis of Religion in California
In 2011, the United States saw an uptake in the number of cases filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that alleged workplace discrimination on the basis of religious discrimination. In that year, 4,151 cases were filed, the highest number of filings that existed for the last 20 years.
- Wrongful Termination Claims in California
Like the vast majority of other states, California is considered an “at-will” employment state. This designation provides great latitude to employers who can terminate employees for nearly any reason. However, there are certain situations in which an employer may terminate the employment relationship that are not legal and that amount to “wrongful termination.”
- What Is a Hostile Work Environment?
With global competition, competitive marketplaces and a culture in which employees are always expected to be available, greater demands are placed on employees. Supervisors may act inappropriately by cursing, yelling and threatening staff. While laypeople may consider such action “hostile,” the legal definition of a hostile work environment is much different than the colloquial term.
- Should High School Football Coach be Fired for Praying After Games?
School employee suspended after refusing to stop 50-yard line invocations.
- Employee Handbooks: Do Companies Really Need Them?
Business owners have frequently asked whether they should have an employee handbook. Simply put, an employee handbook is absolutely essential for employers of all sizes to have on file. At the time of hire, the new employee should receive the handbook and acknowledge its receipt. An Employee Handbook is an important part of an employer's risk management strategy.
- Can a Company Retaliate Against an Employee for Associating with an Employee who Complained?
Can companies be held liable for retaliating against an individual who has a close relationship with a fellow employee who has engaged in obvious protected activity, but may not have engaged in protected activity herself? The short answer is, it depends on under what law the retaliation took place and how the phrase "close relationship" is defined.
- Workplace Bullying
A current and hot topic in corporate America these days is that of Workplace Bullying. Workplace bullying has become a very serious problem, affecting a large number of employees across the country. In fact, it not only affects the employees themselves that are on the receiving end of the bullying, but it also naturally affects morale within a company as well as the efficiency of an office.
- What Are the Elements of a New York Whistleblower Law Claim?
The elements of a cause of action under the New York Whistleblower Law.