Many employees feel as if their employers are the ones with the power and control at their places of employment. While that notion may be true in some sense, workers also have power, especially when it comes to standing up to violations they face in the workplace. If New York workers believe that they have faced wage violations, they have options for standing up to the wrongdoing.
When employees are treated unfairly, it can become disheartening to go into work. In some cases, the unfair treatment may not necessarily be illegal, but in other instances, workers could have their rights violated by their employers. If violations do occur, employment litigation could take place.
Religious beliefs play different roles in the lives of New York residents and those elsewhere. In some cases, individuals may need specific accommodations at their places of work due to the beliefs that they hold. Unfortunately, openly expressing these beliefs and requesting accommodations could sometimes result in religious discrimination.
According to a New York Times article, six former female employees are suing Jones Day for gender and pregnancy discrimination. As one of the world’s largest and high-profile law firms, many are closely watching the developments in this case against Jones Day.