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Reasonable Accommodation and Disability Rights in New York

Personal Injury News | March 19, 2024

Certain employee rights are guaranteed under law in New York. Acts discriminating against an employee based on these reasonable accommodations and disability rights are prohibited. New York employment law can be challenging to understand, but they are critical to an employee’s ability to function in and perform a job while protecting their rights. Discrimination in…

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Understand Your Employment Contract: What To Look For

Employment Law News | February 29, 2024

Are you being asked to sign an employment contract? For certain types of employment, an offer may be extended along with a formal, written description of the benefits, expectations, and obligations attached to accepting the position. An employment contract is usually the final word in defining the employment relationship. Signing it generally means agreement with…

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New York’s Statute of Limitations on Employment Law

Employment Law News | January 15, 2024

The statute of limitations in New York employment law depends on the type of employment claim being filed. The time limit will generally begin at the time the unlawful event occurs. Failing to take action within these time limits results in an employee losing the right to pursue legal action under New York employment law. OSHA…

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How to File a Discrimination Claim in New York

Employment Law News | December 30, 2023

New York employees have recourse against discrimination in the workplace. Taking action may feel like an overwhelming step, but there are options. It is the right of every New Yorker to work in an environment free from discrimination and harassment. The first step is identifying the act negatively impacting you. Trusted support is available when…

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