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Category Archives: Blog

Equal pay, gender bias and salary inequality

New York State Pay Transparency Requirements, What to Know

New York State recently passed a law requiring employers with four or more employees to implement pay transparency measures. This new law will have a significant impact on how employers communicate information about salaries and compensation within...

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Security protections

Request Denied: Limited Access to Personal Accounts

If you are facing legal issues and need help, it is important to understand your rights. According to New York Labor Law [NYLL] 201-I, generally, employers are prohibited from requesting access to an applicants' or employees' personal accounts. This...

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Stressed female police officer

Sexual Harassment in Law Enforcement: A Dirty Little Secret

Sexual harassment in law enforcement has long been a dirty little secret. Despite laws protecting employees from these types of abuses, many primarily male officers still engage in inappropriate behavior that can range from verbal to physical...

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Employment Discrimination in the Age of AI

As technology advances, so do the potential risks of Artificial Intelligence [AI]. In particular, AI bias is a growing concern in the age of automation. AI bias, which arises from algorithms that make decisions based on incorrect or incomplete data,...

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Woman experiencing emotional distress

The Hidden Epidemic: Why Sexual Harassment Is Underreported in the Workplace

Sexual harassment is a persistent problem in many workplaces, yet it is often underreported and goes unnoticed. In recent years, there have been a growing number of high-profile cases of sexual harassment coming to light, highlighting how pervasive...

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Disappointed employee

The Ugly Truth: How Discrimination is Costing Promotions

Discrimination in the workplace is unfortunately still a widespread problem. All too often, qualified individuals are denied promotions simply because of their gender, race, religion, or other distinguishing characteristics. This practice has...

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