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Monthly Archives: March 2022

CovidEntry

What Is New York’s Position On Unvaccinated People In The Workplace?

By Mansell Law, LLC |

While U.S. numbers of COVID-19 cases still remain at an elevated level, some states are choosing to end mask and vaccine mandates, arguing that current variants are more “mild” and that such precautions endanger mental health. New York is rolling back some of its directives, but this does not include the vaccine requirements in… Read More »

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Was I Wrongfully Terminated From My Job?

By Mansell Law, LLC |

It can be a hard truth that in the United States, most employers may terminate their employees on what is known as an ‘at-will’ basis – essentially, at any time, for any reason. While employees can (at least in theory) leave their employment for the same motivations, this does not mean that there is… Read More »

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Modifications Made To New York’s Laws Against Wage Theft

By Mansell Law, LLC |

A report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) estimates that over $3 billion in wage theft was recovered from employers between 2017 and 2020, but this is only the tip of the iceberg; many workers do not report wage theft for a variety of reasons. New York has been a leader in safeguarding workers… Read More »

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What Exactly Constitutes A Hostile Work Environment?

By Mansell Law, LLC |

The term ‘hostile work environment’ has become somewhat overused, with the average person applying it to every situation where interactions between coworkers are less than cordial. In New York, it has a more specific legal meaning – if you have been experiencing harassment or behavior that makes it difficult to do your job, contacting… Read More »

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