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  • Philadelphia Employment Lawyers Discuss Supreme Court Win for Pregnant Workers

    The United States Supreme Court recently ruled companies must treat pregnant workers the same as injured workers with similar restrictions. In Young vs. United Parcel Service, Peggy Young sued UPS for pregnancy discrimination after UPS placed her on unpaid leave rather than light duty. She had been working for UPS in Maryland when she became[…]

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    Philadelphia Employment Lawyers: Philadelphia Enacts Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

    On May 13, 2015, workers in Philadelphia may begin to acquire paid sick leave hours under the “Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces” Ordinance.  Philadelphia becomes the 17th major city to pass a paid sick leave law. Below are some FAQs that our clients have been asking: How does the leave work? Under this new law,[…]

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    “I Am Not On The Menu” – Sexual Harassment In The Restaurant Industry

    Recently, ROC United, a nationwide organization which advocates on behalf of restaurant workers, released a scathing report which highlights one of the dirtiest secrets in the restaurant industry. According to ROC, sexual harassment is […]

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    Family Medical Leave Act – Protection for Some Workers

    Over twenty years ago President Bill Clinton signed into law the Family Medical Leave Act. Intended to balance the needs of the families with […]

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    Galfand Berger Attorney Debra Jensen Sheds Light On Restaurant Worker Mistreatment In New Edible Philly Article

    A recent article published in the online Edible Philly discussed the unique employment issues facing Philadelphia restaurant worker abuse, including poor working […]

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