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I’m Going to HR to Straighten This Out

Tenth post in the series, New York Employees: What Your Employer Knows and You Should Learn Now

I’m Going to HR to Straighten This Out. It is always best to seek legal advice before you make your complaint.  Depending on the nature of your complaint, the law may or may not protect you from retaliation.  Even if the Employee Handbook says you will not be subjected to retaliation, you should check your legal rights first.

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