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  • Have You Experienced Discrimination in the Workplace?

    Posted By The Russell Friedman Law Group, LLP || 25-May-2017

    What is Workplace Discrimination? Employers are forbidden by law from engaging in any conduct that discriminates based on age, race, color, nationality, sex/gender, religion, military status, sexual orientation, disability or perceived disability, genetic information, or pregnancy status. Employers who engage in illegally discriminatory behavior can be held accountable under the law. Examples of ...
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  • Your Employer Might Not Have Told You About These Workplace Rights

    Posted By The Russell Friedman Law Group, LLP || 4-Mar-2016

    Thousands of workers in New York and throughout the country have their rights violated by their employers, oftentimes without even being aware of it. Many people assume they can trust their employers to always follow the law, but many employers routinely violate laws. Sometimes it is on purpose (to get more work done for less money, for example), but sometimes the violations arise from simple ...
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  • The U.S. Labor Department Sues the A.C.E. Restaurant Group Inc. for Allegedly Cheating Employees

    Posted By The Russell Friedman Law Group, LLP || 9-Oct-2015

    According to news reports, the United States Labor Department is suing the A.C.E. Restaurant Group Inc. for allegedly skimming the tips and wages of their former and current employees at 17 different Houlihan’s restaurant locations. Reports allege the company participated in the following acts: Forced bartenders and waiters/waitresses to put a portion of their tips into a “tip ...
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