Diane Krebs, a partner at Gordon & Rees, and Kuuku Minnah-Donkoh, an associate at the firm, write that the law prohibits New York City employers with four or more employees from basing employment decisions related to "hiring, compensation or the terms, conditions or privileges of employment on an applicant's unemployment."
New York City Anti-Discrimination Law Expanded to Protect Unemployed Status
New York Law Journal
March 22, 2013
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