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NJ Wage Theft Act

New Jersey’s Wage Theft Act

Last year, New Jersey passed one of the strongest wage theft laws in the country, protecting employees who suspect and report wage theft by their employers. The New Jersey Wage Theft Act (“the Act”) is one of many stringent wage theft laws that were enacted as legislation across the country last year. If you believe…
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How do I request a medical leave of absence under the FMLA?

GENERALLY Under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) eligible employees are entitled to a 12-week, job protected medical leave. In ...
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Do I have a case for a pregnancy discrimination lawyer?

There are several protections afforded pregnant employees in New Jersey.  The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“LAD”) makes it illegal ...
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New Jersey’s Wage Theft Act

Last year, New Jersey passed one of the strongest wage theft laws in the country, protecting employees who suspect and ...
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What is the CROWN Act?

New Jersey has recently enacted the CROWN Act which prohibits discrimination based on hair style and hair texture. Sadly, one ...
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New Jersey Wage and Hour Violations

If your employer has withheld your wages or owes you for overtime work, do you know what your options are ...
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New Jersey Offers its Employees Commuter Benefits

Effective March 1, 2020, employers in New Jersey will be required to offer employees commuter benefits, becoming the first state ...
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Equal Pay for Equal Work.

In 2018, New Jersey adopted one of the most far reaching equal pay acts in the United States. As an ...
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Employers Can Not Ask About Salary History

Beginning January 1, employers in New Jersey are barred from asking or relying on an applicant’s salary history when making ...
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