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March 2019 Archives

Climbing the corporate ladder is difficult as a mom

New York is one of the most expensive places to raise a child in America. After having a kid of your own, you now have even more reasons to seek that promotion at work you’ve had your eyes on for a while. Since you were lucky enough to not be one of the thousands of mothers that got fired simply for being pregnant, you might feel like you have a better chance of getting it.

What to consider when creating a non-compete clause

In a large city like New York, competition is inevitable with businesses. No matter what type of service your company specializes in, all it can take is a few blocks to come across another business that does something similar. Because of this, you might start to worry when one of your top workers leaves your company. You’ve taught them everything they need to know for their line of work, but now they have the chance to relay this information to another company you are directly competing against.

Length plays a critical role in New York verbal contracts

Employment contract violations can be a difficult subject in court. Some incidents revolve around how the employer presented the contract. Proving that an employer violated the terms of agreement should be fairly straightforward if the contract comes in a detailed written document. If they do something suspicious with your employment length or payment, you can just go back to the contract to prove they are at fault.

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