Workplace Discrimination

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If you think something is off, it most likely is. It is sexual harassment and illegal to subject an employee to unwelcome and unwanted sexual harassment. Sexual advances could be unwelcome or unwanted actions disguised by the perpetrator as teasing, friendliness or playfulness with the aim of gaining some sort of sexual favor or gratification.[...]
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Don’t even second-guess it! Any inappropriate, unwelcome and discriminatory conduct from a fellow employee is considered employee-employee harassment. Employee harassment can be seen in different ways, none of which makes employee-employee harassment less grievous or acceptable under the law.  There may be a situation where a fellow employee says offensive words to you in person or that[...]
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gender and sex
New York City, New York State, and federal laws prohibit employers from discriminating on the basis of sex or gender. Gender or sex discrimination happens when an employer treats an employee unequally based on the fact that the employee is a woman or is a man. During all phases of the employment process, the policies and practices[...]
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sexul harasment
Legal Protection from DeToffol & Gittleman From bold sexual advances to subtle remarks that generate a hostile or uncomfortable work environment, sexual harassment is a serious matter that can on take many different forms. Employees in the state of New York are protected from sexual harassment by federal and state laws, in addition to the[...]
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