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Sexual Discrimination

In New York, an employer may not refuse to hire, discharge, or treat an employee differently from others in terms of compensation or privileges because of that person’s gender. An employee who wants to put a stop to sexual harassment and obtain compensation must demonstrate that the sexual harassment either created a hostile work environment or was a form of “quid-pro-quo.” If you have suffered from unwanted sexual advances, derogatory comments, or demeaning actions in the workplace, please contact Jacoby & Meyers today.