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January 2019 Archives

New York takes steps to decrease gender-based harassment

In the recent years, the nation has had a significant increase in awareness on employee discrimination. Whether it is reports on popular media figures or workplace statistics, there is more pressure than ever for the state governments to take action and make more workers feel safer no matter what gender, race or age they are.

Proposed bill highlights struggling home lives of NY workers

Work plays an essential role in our lives and can control more than we would like to admit. It dictates where we live, who we meet, what we do on a daily basis, how financially secure we are, etc. While our work is crucial towards our development as human beings, we can’t forget that we also have lives outside of work. We have families and friends to spend time with, bodies to keep in shape and hobbies to commit to.

New York seeks to grant workers more paid time off

Paid time off (PTO) has always been one of the more controversial parts of employment law. It varies from business to business on how much they are willing to give it to workers and when they can receive it. Some people think certain businesses suffer from having too much of it available while others believe that some companies not having enough of it will have a negative effect on the worker’s health and personal life.

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