HOW CAN I GO ABOUT GETTING HELP WITH MY AGENCY SITUATION & GETTING MY JOB BACK PLEASE.
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Courts are split on this issue. You will have to sue them and see what a judge decides.
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I agree with Mr. Rafter. Consult with a local employment attorney.
I do my best but I just cannot follow all caps emails or posts or those without punctuation. I know it’s increasingly common because texting but when I read them, it’s like someone is yelling in my head. Maybe I’m just getting old and cranky but I don’t see single punctuation mark anywhere. It’s like getting a telegram yelled at you.
I encourage you to take some deep breaths and be prepared to calmly review your concerns with an employment or civil rights attorneys.
There have been some recent court developments with respect to vax mandates in state and federal court. A local State Court Justice has temporarily enjoined the city mandate for vagueness and a federal judge has enjoined the State for want of a religious exemption.
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Not sure what Constitutional rights of yours are being violated--perhaps you left out some facts or details. Speak to a local civil rights attorney.
For issues related to covid/employment you would want to speak to a NY employment law attorney.
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