Tag Archives: retaliation

Can My Employer Ask About My Previous Salary?

  For those living in the amazing New York City chasing their career dreams, the short answer to this question is no. For most other individuals living outside of the Big Apple, they may not be as lucky. New York City is one of the few places in the United States that has a specific… Read more »

Reputable Ethics Professor at Yale University is tied to Sexual Harassment

A Well-Known Ethical Leader disregards his Practices Connecticut ­– Thomas Pogge is a prominent ethics professor at Yale University. Pogge is primarily known for his education deriving from the late great philosopher, John Rawl. Pogge has also published in top academic journals and operated “anti-poverty and health initiatives.” Individuals have also tuned into his TED… Read more »

A New Jersey Municipal Utilities Authority Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Long Term Employee accused the Boss of Sexual Harassment New Jersey – A sexual harassment lawsuit was filed in Ocean County (Little Egg Harbor) against David Johnson, former executive director at Little Egg Harbor Municipal Utilities Authority, for allegedly sexually harassing an ex-employee, Nicole Kelley. Kelley’s allegations of sexual harassment by Johnson claim incidents not only occurred… Read more »

What Does the Federal GINA Law Do?

The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, or GINA, represents the latest addition of the types of employment discrimination protections available under federal law. This law prevents employers, among others, from discriminating against individuals in hiring, firing or the terms or conditions of employment based upon a genetic predisposition to certain health conditions. Congress passed the Genetic… Read more »