COVID-19 Update: How We Are Serving and Protecting Our Clients. Click for More Information.

Articles Tagged with long island age discrimination

Famighetti & Weinick, PLLC are employment attorneys on Long Island.  We represent employees in Nassau County and Suffolk County, such as in the communities of Hempstead, Glen Cove, Huntington Station, Melville, Bay Shore, Central Islip, Farmingdale, Freeport, Elmont, Brookhaven, and Brentwood.  Famighetti & Weinick handles a wide range of employment law matters including discrimination, retaliation, and recovering unpaid minimum wage and overtime for employees.

Employment Discrimination on Long Island

Employees on Long Island continue to face discrimination in employment.  Sex discrimination on Long Island can happen when an employer treats one particular sex different than another.  For example, an employer may promote only men instead women.  Another growing type of discrimination is gender discrimination and gender stereotype discrimination.  An example of gender stereotype discrimination is where an employer fires a male who displays “effeminate” characteristics.

Famighetti & Weinick, PLLC are employment lawyers on Long Island.  We represent employees in Nassau County and Suffolk County, such as in the communities of Hempstead, Glen Cove, Huntington Station, Melville, Bay Shore, Central Islip, Farmingdale, Freeport, Elmont, Brookhaven, and Brentwood.  Famighetti & Weinick handles a wide range of employment law matters including discrimination, retaliation, and recovering unpaid minimum wage and overtime for employees.

Employment Discrimination on Long Island

Employees on Long Island continue to face discrimination in employment.  Sex discrimination on Long Island can happen when an employer treats one particular sex different than another.  For example, an employer may promote only men instead women.  Another growing type of discrimination is gender discrimination and gender stereotype discrimination.  An example of gender stereotype discrimination is where an employer fires a male who displays “effeminate” characteristics.

Contact Information