Ajani Shaw collected more than $1,700 in workers’ compensation benefits, according to a statement from the office of New York State Inspector General Lucy Lang.
State officials added that asymptomatic COVID-19 positive workers will need to wear an N-95 respirator.
The court is scheduled to hear oral arguments Jan. 7 over challenges to the vaccination and mask requirements for large businesses.
Many saw the agency’s more relaxed recommendation as a concession to essential businesses experiencing severe staffing shortages — and a danger to employees.
The Westchester County prosecutor said the incidents don’t meet “statutory requirements of the criminal laws of New York.”
The agreement with Joseph Centanni is the largest in the Justice Department’s history to resolve allegations of sexual harassment in housing, officials said.
An investigation found that Microsoft discriminated against at least six lawful permanent residents based on their immigration status.
The hospital system said its incoming diversity, equity and inclusion officer was “too sensitive about race issues,” as one reason it rescinded the offer.
An ex-household manager claims he was “groped, propositioned,” while a former security assistant says she was subjected to “defamatory and hyper-sexualized remarks.”
As the country’s support for marijuana legalization grows, some employers are now looking at the once-taboo subject of weed and work differently. NBC News’ Vaughn Hillyard reports.
“I can do this now that you’re no longer my boss,” Cuomo allegedly told veteran TV producer Shelley Ross, according to an essay she wrote for The New York Times.
The minimum wage consumers said they needed before they would even consider accepting a job offer is now $68,954.
Copies of text messages and more included in the investigation into New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo offer insight into what staffers called an abusive workplace.
Those who don’t show proof of Covid-19 vaccination must get tested weekly as officials aim to slow rising coronavirus infections among the unvaccinated.
The settlement follows a four-year investigation by the attorney general’s office.