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How do you deal with bigotry from a boss?

Moneyish

“It may be every day you’re asked to do something as a person of color that your coworkers in the same situation are not asked to do,” Paula Brantner, a senior adviser to the Workplace Fairness advocacy nonprofit and veteran employment lawyer, told Moneyish. “Or your work is not being recognized in the same way. Or you are not being asked to socialize or be mentored or given the same opportunities to advance in the company.”

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Ivanka Trump supports her father’s decision to stop monitoring the wage gap

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Why Defending Workers’ Rights Means Fighting ICE’s Deportation Machine

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The Skies Just Got Friendlier for Working People: Worker Wins

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Centro de la Comunidad Hispana de Locust Valley v. The Town of Oyster Bay

Affirming that an ordinance passed by a town to regulate the roadside solicitation of employment did not comply with the First Amendment of the constitution and granting injunctive relief to the plaintiff organizations working to advance the interests of day laborers.

OTO, LLC. v. Kho

Reversing the trial court's denial of a petition to compel arbitration in the case of a former employee who was seeking unpaid wages pursuant to an arbitration agreement the former employer had their employee execute while employed by them because the agreement satisfied the requirements of affordability and accessibility.

August 31, 2017

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