NJ Employment Law Blog

Keep up to date on NJ Employment Law with Arykah Trabosh's legal blog. Topics include contracts, discrimination, leave of absence, retaliation, and unemployment.

Do I Need an Employment Attorney for a Workers’ Compensation Case?

If you suffered a work injury, it might not be clear whether you need an employment attorney. So, do you need an attorney for your workers’ compensation case? The truth is not all employees who suffer work-related injuries need attorneys to help them with their workers’ compensation cases. However, if you have a workers’ compensation…
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What Qualifies as a Disability Under the ADA?

The Americans with Disabilities Act makes it illegal to discriminate against disabled people in all areas of life, including jobs. ...
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How to Prove Pregnancy Discrimination

Despite pregnancy discrimination being illegal in the United States of America, it happens in everyday life in many ways. However, ...
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Things to Check Before Signing an Employment Agreement

After landing your new job, you may have been told you need to sign an employment agreement before you start ...
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How Can You Strengthen Your Sexual Harassment Claim?

Many employers will not admit it, but the reality is that sexual harassment is still a big problem across the ...
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Things You Can Do to Increase Your Chances of Winning Your Wrongful Termination Claim

If you were recently fired from your job and feel your former employer made an unfair decision, you might have ...
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How Employers Try to Hide Wrongful Terminations

New Jersey is an at-will employment state. This means that in New Jersey, a worker can quit their job at ...
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How Employers Try to Hide Wrongful Terminations

New Jersey is an at-will employment state. This means that in New Jersey, a worker can quit their job at ...
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Journaling Your Workplace Harassment or Discrimination

When tackling your work responsibilities, the last thing you want is to deal with harassment or discrimination. After all, your ...
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Proving Workplace Retaliation

Under federal and state law, it is illegal for an employer to take adverse employment action against a worker because ...
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Ways Employees Sabotage Their Employment Legal Claims

If, for example, an employee has been wrongfully terminated, discriminated against in the workplace, or harassed, they may have the ...
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Remedies for Wrongful Termination

Most employees in the United States are "at will" employees. However, there are laws in place that protect workers against ...
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Is My Employer Liable if a Client/Customer is Harassing Me?

Employees not only have to deal with co-workers, but they also have to deal with clients or customers. Clients and ...
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