The Present Need for a Definitional Legislative Enactment of 'Volunteer Worker(s)' under Local New York City Labor Law, and the Protection of Volunteer Workers via Anti-Discrimination Law



The position to be taken is that there is a demanding need in today’s economic environment for voluntary workers and applicants for voluntary positions to receive, by way of a separate legislative enactment/amendment under New York City Law, the same anti-discrimination & sexual harassment employment rights granted to their paid employee counter-parts.

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