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Knowledge is Power: Your Legal Rights in the Workplace

Contributed by Cheryl Rotyliano on 10/29/20 

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In this three-part series, Cheryl Rotyliano (Career Services) and Emily Rockett (IC Assistant Counsel) are partnering to help students advocate for themselves in the workplace. 

Knowledge is Power: Your Legal Rights While Working 

Thursday, November 12th 12-1 pm (questions 1-1:30) 
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Students will be given an overview of state and federal protections pertaining to employees in the workforce. This will include things like paid leave programs for life circumstances, dress codes, wages, discrimination protections, the right to concerted activity, etc. Students will also be provided with resources to help them locate the appropriate governing bodies to report claims of mistreatment or discrimination if they experience it. 


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Cheryl Rotyliano at or (607) 274-3310. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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