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  • What to Do if You Have Been Laid Off and You Are 50+ Years Old
    What to Do if You Have Been Laid Off and You Are 50+ Years Old

    It is not an uncommon fear in today’s economy, despite the consistent recovery since the recession hit in 2008 – losing your job at the age of 50 or older. While a variety of emotions may pour in ...

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  • Gender Diversity: It Takes More Than a Top Down Approach
    Gender Diversity: It Takes More Than a Top Down Approach

    A CEO can’t diversify a company alone. At least that is what McKinsey & Co. CEO Dominic Barton asserts in a recent Wall Street Journal report. Top executives across companies understand the reality – ...

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  • EEOC NYC: How to File a Complaint
    EEOC NYC: How to File a Complaint

    In the state of New York, a woman earned 87 cents for every dollar earned by her male counterpart in 2014. According to recent statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, the gender pay gap exists in ...

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  • What is Wrongful Termination? Five Telltale Signs
    What is Wrongful Termination? Five Telltale Signs

    Almost all 50 states in the union follow the at-will doctrine of employment . This means that an employer or employee can terminate the employment relationship at any time, for any reason, and without ...

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  • How to file with the EEOC in New York City?
    How to file with the EEOC in New York City?

    Discrimination and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission While federal and state laws prohibit discrimination, this occurs more often than we think and can come in various forms. This includes ...

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  • What are the Five Telltale Signs of Discrimination in the Workplace?
    What are the Five Telltale Signs of Discrimination in the Workplace?

    If employers are paying any attention to recent headlines concerning workplace discrimination, they will know to keep their finger on the pulse of the company in order to catch any signs of ...

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