In the News
New York Post - May 30, 2020
A lesbian carpenter-apprentice working at 220 Central Park South, where a penthouse sold for a record $238 million, says she was forced to have sex with her male boss inside the building’s unfinished apartments and bathrooms every week for two years... Read the complete article.
Saudi Think Tank Closes D.C. Offices
The Washington Times - July 31, 2019
Pro-Saudi Arabia Foundation hurt by donor loss, sexual assault lawsuit and Jamal Khashoggi killing: Reports.
Analysis/Opinion: The Arabia Foundation was a pro-Saudi think tank in Washington, known for communicating on issues important to the Kingdom to the American audience and their representatives. It abruptly closed this week, leading to speculation as to why.
Ali Shihabi, who opened the entity two years ago, said in a tweet the immediate closure was “due to ongoing differences among our donors that made continued operations difficult.”... Read the complete article.
Co-workers File Sexual Harassment Suit Against LI Dentist
Newsday - June 12, 2019
Two Long Island dental office employees and a third employee from Queens on Wednesday filed suit against a dentist for alleged sexual harassment. The women said in the lawsuit that Dr. Charles Hertzog harassed them at three National Dental locations on Long Island. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Central Islip, also alleges that executives at National Dental, a local chain of dental offices, lowered one of the plaintiff's compensation in ... Read the complete article.
Bill on Salary History Protects Applicants' Negotiating Leverage
Crain's New York Business - December 28, 2016
Kathryn Wylde, president and CEO of the Partnership for New York City, accused the City Council of legislating a ban on employers from asking about job applicants’ salary history without conducting the necessary research. According to “City Council May Ban Businesses from Asking Job Applicants’ Salary History,” she noted that such a law could pose a problem for employees trying to negotiate higher salaries for themselves... Read the complete article.
Don't Worry About Salary History Ban
Crain's New York Business - April 13, 2017
According to “Council bans all city employers from asking about salary history” (April 5), business groups are worried that New York City’s new salary history law will impair employers’ ability to assess and place applicants. A review of the newly enacted law demonstrates that not only did the City Council address concerns voiced by business groups at the December hearing... Read the complete article.
Why Job Applicants Should Not Be Asked About Their Salary History
Labor Law - By Ian-Paul Poulos
In recent years, there has been a noticeable push at the federal, state, and local level to prohibit employers—both public and private—from asking job applicants about their salary history out of fear of perpetuating discriminatorily low wages historically paid to women... Read the complete article.