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March 2015 Archives

Age discrimination in refusal to hire? Here are three (3) ways to prove it

Workplace discrimination is not limited to post-hiring, when you have a job. It could play a role in an employer’s failure to hire you in the first place. This includes discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, disability, or sexual orientation. So how do you prove your case? In this post we

NJ workers with “invisible disabilities” deserve accommodation, too!!

Readers may be aware that, under federal and state laws, employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations to workers with disabilities. While it is possible that individuals with all types of disabilities could face difficulties in securing those accommodations, it may be even harder when those disabilities are not obvious. Many conditions fall under the

“My Spouse Just had me Served with a Divorce Complaint: Now What??”

We once had a divorce case in which one of the parties bitterly complained, throughout the matter: “He had the nerve to send a sheriff to my house to serve me with those divorce papers!” In fact, the sheriff’s service was the final straw after many months of failed attempts to get this individual’s attention.

Know your rights: New Jersey Temporary Employment and Consulting Relationships

As a temporary worker or a consultant in New Jersey, you should understand your employment rights. It is important to know the difference between how your employer/client classifies you and the way the law does. Don’t let a misclassification limit or violate your legal rights. At Will Employment At will employment is equivalent to an employee

Census says: Moms also fail to pay child support.

Family law extends beyond divorce. Child support is due and owing, regardless of whether the parties were ever married. In a previous post we discussed some of the expenses that need to be taken into consideration when deciding how much child support a custodial parent will be awarded. While parents may work hard to reach a

Why Aren’t Our NJ Workers Better Protected from Workplace Bullying?

What is workplace bullying? Workplace bullying is a repeated pattern of behavior intended to target, intimidate, offend, degrade, or humiliate a particular person or group. Although it may include physical abuse or the threat of abuse, bullying usually causes psychological rather than physical harm. Effects of Workplace Bullying Bullying affects the workplace environment and workers

As an in-house whistleblower in NJ, how much legal protection do you actually get?

New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act (“CEPA”) makes employer retaliation against employees who report workplace violations both unlawful and compensable. While CEPA has encouraged employees to come forward when they believe that crimes, fraud, or other legal violations have been committed, a case now before the New Jersey Supreme Court could change all of that.

Race discrimination in the workplace: A painful legacy that is hard to eradicate.

One hundred fifty years after the end of the U.S. Civil War and more than 50 years after Congress passed the historic Civil Rights Act , race discrimination persists in multiple settings, including the workplace. Some readers may be surprised to learn the subtle effects of race-based discrimination in the modern workplace. Sometimes discriminators target co-workers based

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