Jim Garrity is an employee rights lawyer. He doesn’t help employers, ever. Nor does he fracture his work into multiple practice areas. It’s 100% employees’ rights, 24/7/365, for employees only. More about his incredible background here. He’s represented many… Read More ›
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About Those Lawyers On The Billboards and Buses
Ever thought about hiring a lawyer because of an ad you saw on a billboard or city bus? Here are a few things to think about before you decide: You’ll never meet the lawyer in the ad. That’s true much of… Read More ›
This is Quite Possibly the Most Violated Law in Hiring & Promotions
For 50 years employers and potential employers have been required – under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) – to give you a separate notice, for you to read and sign, when it plans to obtain a consumer report… Read More ›
How Would You Rate Your Boss on Yelp?
I had breakfast at a super busy restaurant near Broadway in New York City this morning and noticed a flood of waiters and waitresses coming out of the back all at once. I asked mine, a wonderful young woman… Read More ›
5 Things to Know If You’re Being Sexually Harassed At Work
Victims of sexual harassment often become paralyzed by fear. Will I lose my job? Who can I talk to? Am I going to become a target of retaliation? These are important thoughts. Here’s what you need to know: If… Read More ›
About Those Digital Trails Created By Your Work Devices.
It’s never been easier, because of your use of employer-owned devices, for your bosses to track you. And while courts have ruled that employers can legally monitor how their devices are being used, it doesn’t mean your employer can… Read More ›
Harassed or Fired After a Job Injury? Here’s What to Do.
Many employees become a target after reporting an on-the-job injury. It doesn’t matter whether it’s carpal tunnel from repetitive tasks, a slip-and-fall, or a construction accident. And it doesn’t matter if it was unavoidable. Employers get angry. Why? Because (1)… Read More ›
3 Ways Restaurants & Delivery Services Cheat Tipped Employees
A shocking number of employees who receive tips get cheated by their employers. How? It happens in many ways, but there are three scams often used by employers, especially in the food service and delivery industries. Here they are. #1 … Read More ›
Lawsuit: Company Forced Driver to Return to Route Despite Racist Slurs, Death Threat
TALLAHASSEE FL. (Mar. 8, 2018). A lawsuit I filed against a waste-management company alleges that it ordered my client, a black driver, to immediately return to a neighborhood where a customer had just shouted racist slurs at him and… Read More ›
Childcare Employee Fired After Reporting Incidents to Abuse Hotline
FT. WALTON BEACH, FL. (Feb. 26, 2018). A former childcare worker testified in her deposition today that she was fired within 48 hours after she called the Florida Abuse Hotline to report several incidents she witnessed. I represent the woman… Read More ›