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The Rule of Three in NJ Public Employment

The Rule of Three in NJ Public Employment

Employment discrimination can occur just as easily in the public sector as it can at private companies. Though discrimination can take place at any time, it often occurs during the hiring or promotion process. Less qualified applicants may be hired or promoted due to bias in the department. Such discrimination is unlawful in New Jersey … Continue reading The Rule of Three in NJ Public Employment

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Pay Secrecy in the Workplace | Wage Discrimination

Pay Secrecy in the Workplace | Wage Discrimination

For many Americans, talking about your salary in the workplace can be an uncomfortable experience at best—but at worst; it can jeopardize your position within the company. If an employer takes actions against an employee for merely discussing their wages and preparing to fight for a higher salary, this can be seen as illegal in … Continue reading Pay Secrecy in the Workplace | Wage Discrimination

Smartphones at Work: Your Rights to Record

Smartphones at Work: Your Rights to Record

It’s almost impossible these days to go through life without a smartphone, and employees in the workplace are no exception. Even in cases where they have a work issued cell phone, the ubiquitous nature of one’s personal phone causes some tension between employers and their employees when used in the workspace. Here is a look … Continue reading Smartphones at Work: Your Rights to Record