What Can You Do About COVID-19 and Unsafe Working Conditions in New Jersey?

Prevailing Wage Claims

By | Employment Law

If you work for an employer specializing in public contracting work, you should know of the New Jersey Prevailing Wage Act. Under this Act, the employer should stick to specific minimum hourly rates. It requires that every contracting surplus to the prevailing wage contract threshold for all public work be…

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New Law Prohibits Adverse Employment Action for Covid-19 Related Leaves

Application for Medical Leave

By | Employment Law

Are you or your loved one experiencing a severe medical problem? Did you know that you can take an extended leave from work without the fear of losing employment? Federal and state laws indicate that you can take as much as three months of leave from work, either unpaid or…

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Military Medical Leave of Absence

By | Employment Law

Because of recent military deployments to the Middle East, firms could witness an uptick in military-associated leave requests. Whenever handling leave of absence requests from members of the United States National Guard, Regular Armed Forces, and Reserves, employers must consider two statutory considerations, including the:   The Uniformed Services Employment…

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