In the 1970s, Ruth Bader Ginsburg famously used “Appendix E” — a list of hundreds of laws that discriminated on the basis of sex — as a playbook for dismantling gender discrimination.
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NYC Chipotle workers claim they were illegally fired in latest legal headache for fast food giant
The workers, nearly all of whom have been involved in efforts to form a local Chipotle union, charge in the claims with the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection that their firings or work reductions fly in the face of the 2021 “Just Cause Law.”
Nearly $7.5M in stolen wages going back to NYC workers, comptroller says
Hundreds of Big Apple workers are getting nearly $7.5 million in stolen wages back, says city Comptroller Scott Stringer.
James Franco sexual harassment lawsuit settled
A lawsuit accusing James Franco and his friends of running an acting school so they could exploit young women has been settled.
De Blasio considering new back-to-work mandate for NYC workers starting in May
Even with plans now underway to bring city workers back to their onsite jobs, Mayor de Blasio said Friday he’s open to allowing municipal employees to continue working from home under certain circumstances.
Hobbling the little guy: A rule change at the U.S. EEOC could make it easier to discriminate at work
In America, any job applicant and everyone lucky enough to be employed is protected from discrimination in hiring and on the job through federal statute by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.