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November 2011 Archives

Newly retired CEO charged with domestic violence

The 65-year-old former CEO of Automatic Data Processing, Inc., which is based in Roseland, New Jersey, is facing charges now that he is retired. According to reports, accusations of domestic violence committed against his wife came just two days before he told the company that he was planning to retire. The event in question happened

Weight discrimination in the workplace

A bout in New Jersey between a former employee and his employer is bringing a new type of discriminatory behavior into the spotlight. This type of workplace discrimination is not based on age, race, gender or sexual orientation; it is based on weight. The 5-foot-10-inch man weighs 270 pounds, and after spending some time as

Minimizing the effects of divorce on children

For adults and children in New Jersey, the separation of a marriage can create a very serious rift. Parents may see it as the only option to bring happiness to their life again, but often times, children do not understand this. Some children have seen divorce as an attack against them while others might believe

Sexual harassment laws and how they have changed

A recent news story discussed the evolution of how sexual harassment is viewed in the workplace. When women in New Jersey and across the country first entered the workplace in full force, many of them dealt with unnecessary and unwanted attention. This often came from male co-workers who would sometimes make inappropriate remarks and unwelcome

Man arrested in New Jersey for refusing to pay child support

A New Jersey man who owes close to $100,000 in child support was arrested earlier this month. According to a recent news report, Mercer County Sheriff’s officers tracked down the 38-year-old man at a motel in Lawrence, New Jersey. He was taken into custody because he had three outstanding child support warrants, authorities said. The

New Jersey whistleblower receives multi-million dollar settlement

A former chemical plant operator — and a whistleblower — who sued the company he worked for after experiencing workplace retaliation has been awarded more than $2 million in damages and lost wages. According to a recent news report, The New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division ruled in favor of both the man and a

Divorce rates vary for women on ethnic and educational lines

In a new study, researchers looked at the first marriages of different women in New Jersey and across the United States. A team at the National Center for Family and Marriage Research found interesting data in regards to the divorce of a first marriage by factoring in education and race and using them as dividing

Public worker files harassment complaint against councilman

The borough of Haddon Heights, New Jersey is experiencing a scandal that centers around two of its public employees. One of them, a male council member, has been accused of sexually harassing the borough’s acting clerk, a female who has been working for the public for eight years. The sexual harassment claims were not made

Gay rights activist remembered for workplace anti-discrimination efforts

The recent death of Frank Kameny has left many in New Jersey reflecting on his career with the federal government and the place he held as one of the icons of the gay rights movement. His activism for employee rights, especially for gays and lesbians, has led to a better workplace for federal employees across the

Children’s names may have led to loss of custody

Many claims have been used in order to try to sway a judge to grant child custody to one parent over another, but could a child’s name be an indicator of bad parenting? A heated debate over the names of the children belonging to a New Jersey couple has heightened with the sudden removal of

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