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New York employers now barred from asking about salary history

A law went into effect on October 31, 2017 that significantly changes the way in which salary determinations – and negotiations – will occur throughout New York City. This law bars employers of all sizes, public and private alike, from asking applicants about their salary history during the hiring process. Only public agencies whose hiring practices and salary parameters are set by a collective bargaining agreement are exempt.

Are you facing workplace discrimination from pregnancy?

You are a successful businesswoman, and now you are preparing to take on the challenge of motherhood. You feel like you finally have it all – a great career and a growing family. But your company may not be quite as thrilled about your pregnancy as you are. Are you facing workplace discrimination due to your pregnancy?

When the stork brings more than a baby

Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting life events possible—and possibly one of the most stressful. While excitement is the primary emotion, welcoming a new family member can also bring concerns about doctor bills, daycare and finances in general.

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