Rights of Pregnant Workers Clarified by the EEOC

In an effort to emphasize the fact that employers are legally prohibited from discriminating against workers because of past, present, or future pregnancies, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently introduced new enforcement guidelines on pregnancy discrimination in the workplace. This is the first time the guidelines have been updated since 1983.

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Leading Employment Lawyer Says NYS Court of Appeals Decision Will Impact All Servers in Food Service Industry

Attorney Steven Mitchell Sack, “The Employee’s Lawyer,” says the recent New York State Court of Appeals decision regarding baristas’ share of their tips may have a ripple effect on all servers in New York who work at bars, diners, restaurants and coffee shops.


Leading Employment Lawyer Blasts CVS for Asking Workers to Voluntarily Give Their Health Statistics or Else Face a Fine

Attorney Steven Mitchell Sack, “The Employee’s Lawyer,” appeared on “Fox & Friends” this morning to discuss CVS’ new work policy requiring its employees to disclose their personal health information or else pay a fine. He said the policy potentially violates the law, especially because the employees are being forced to consent to this policy.