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April 2016 Archives

NYC gender anti-discrimination laws extend to the bathroom

In New York City, it is illegal to discriminate on the basis of gender, gender identity or gender expression. When developing workplace policies, choosing to hire, fire, promote or demote, employers are not allowed to consider an employee's gender or gender identity.

Bill aims to shift power to wage theft victims

In any city, it's tough to make ends meet when you earn a minimum wage. In New York City, which was recently named by Business Insider Magazine as the most expensive U.S. city to live in, the majority of minimum wage earners live near or in poverty. However, workers' rights advocates are hopeful that the recent passage of the state's new minimum wage law will help raise the standards of living for thousands of New York City residents.

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