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October 7, 2021 Brendan Greve Employment Law

Is Your Severance Pay Worth it? Talk to an Attorney First.

A severance agreement is a contract that employers often ask employees to sign upon termination. These agreements soften the blow of a firing or layoff because, in such agreements, an employer agrees...

September 4, 2019 Christopher Heyer Employment Law

New Jersey Bans Pre-Employment Salary History Inquiries

Effective January 25, 2020, private employers in New Jersey will be prohibited from requiring applicants to provide wage and salary history in connection with an offer of employment. Specifically,...

February 14, 2019 Mark T. Matri Employment Law

New Jersey's Wage and Hour Law

New Jersey’s Wage and Hour Law (the “NJW&H Law”) protects the rights of most hourly employees. If you are an employee being paid on hourly basis, whether minimum wage or not, it is important to...

January 7, 2019 Christopher Heyer Employment Law, Attorney

Developments in New Jersey Employment Law

In 2018, New Jersey saw several significant developments in the area of employment law. Litigation involving the validity of arbitration clauses and non-disclosure agreements with respect to...

June 25, 2018 Christopher Heyer Employment Law

Preventive Medicine: The Health of Employees

The evening news reports that this year's flu strain will be particularly bad. They predict, however, that the current flu vaccination will be very effective in fighting this strain of flu. The...

June 20, 2018 Christopher Heyer Employment Law

New Jersey Equal Pay Act

On July 1, 2018, New Jersey's Equal Pay Act (hereinafter "NJ EPA") will become effective. Unlike its federal counterpart, the NJ EPA mandates equal pay for all members of "protected classes" under...

June 18, 2018 Christopher Heyer Employment Law

Possible Bar on Non-Disclosure Provisions

You have been the victim of sexual harassment or discrimination in the workplace. You notify your employer’s human resource manager, who initiates an appropriate investigation into your claim.  Your...

August 15, 2014 Scura Law Firm Employment Law, Litigation

New Jersey Sexual Harassment on the job

Sexual harassment on the job in New Jersey or elsewhere may fall under one of the following categories:

January 9, 2012 Katherine Creenan Employment Law, Bankruptcy

Is Pending Workers Comp Exempt in NJ Personal Bankruptcy

 

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