Lipsky Lowe LLP gives an overview of digital wage theft in the workplace.

In Focus: Digital Wage Theft

In the digital age, the use of digital time-tracking is becoming increasingly common. This technology is designed to replace clocks and time cards and improve the ability of employers to track employee time. Conversely, when an employee’s working hours are converted to data that is managed by computer software, that data can...
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Lipsky Lowe, LLP discusses how the EEOC recently scrapped a rule regarding collecting pay data.

EEOC Scraps Rule to Collect Pay Data

The on-again, off-again collection of pay data by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is off again, now that the EEOC has announced it will not renew the Obama-era rule. While it remains to be seen whether the Commission will reconsider collecting pay data in the future, employees have legal protections under...
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Lipsky Lowe, LLP discusses the best ways to prove age discrimination in the workplace.

How to Prove Age Discrimination

As the workforce grows older, more employees will experience age discrimination. If you have been denied employment due to your age, have been passed up for a promotion in favor of a younger worker, or have been subjected to unwanted comments and harassment, you may have a valid age discrimination claim. The...
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Lipsky Lowe, LLP gives an overview of nonsexual harassment.

What Is Nonsexual Harassment in the Workplace?

While the #MeToo movement has shed light on the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace, nonsexual harassment also occurs in many work settings, violating New York State, New York City and federal law. If you believe you have been subjected to nonsexual harassment on the job, you should consult an...
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