New Jersey Labor Law Articles
July 17, 2010. By Charles Benson.
Read [ After One Year, New Jersey Labor Law Considered a Success ]
Trenton, NJ A one-year-old New Jersey labor law that allows for paid family leave has been considered a success thus far, according to the Asbury Park Press.
February 22, 2010. By Charles Benson.
Read [ Reforms To New Jersey Labor Laws Could Cut Worker Pensions and Benefits ]
Trenton, NJ Senators from both parties are touting new legislation that could drastically change New Jersey labor law by cutting government workers' pensions and reducing health benefits.
January 8, 2010. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ New Jersey Employment Lawsuit Launched in Jersey City ]
Jersey City, NJ An attempt to initiate a furlough system in Jersey City is about to be contested in court. A lawsuit filed just before Christmas will test the validity of the furloughs, in association with New Jersey labor law.
December 12, 2009. By Charles Benson.
Read [ Federal Government Fines Waste Management Company for Violating New Jersey Labor Law ]
Newark, NJ The federal government recently fined Solid Waste Transfer and Recycling (SWTR) for what it describes as willful safety and health violations under New Jersey labor law.
November 10, 2009. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Fired Bank Whistleblower Fights Back in New Jersey ]
East Brunswick, NJ In May of last year, bank employee and whistleblower Richard Boywitt approached his boss about a potential money-laundering scheme involving a bank client and two tellers. As the Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Officer for Brunswick Bank and Trust, it was his job to report any suspicious activity.
October 12, 2009. By Charles Benson.
Read [ Group claims McDonald's violated New Jersey labor law ]
Middlesex County, NJ The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit claiming that McDonald's violated New Jersey labor law.
September 24, 2009. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ New Jersey Employment Lawsuits ]
Mount Holly, NJ New Jersey employment law is designed to protect New Jersey employees from unethical actions on the part of their employer. Companies or organizations that violate New Jersey employment regulations could find themselves on the unpleasant side of an employee lawsuit. One employee lawsuit was recently filed in New Jersey, alleging the plaintiff's employer subjected her to terrible stress.