Employment Law Overview

Employees can find themselves in a difficult situation as a result of employment law conflicts with their employers. Employees depend on their employers for a paycheck that covers such expenses as meals, mortgage payments, and rent. Since so many hours are spent at work, there might be some mental sustenance there as well. Employers must comply with federal, state, and local labor laws. Unfortunately, they do not always follow the law, either because they are ignorant of the law or because they want to harm the employee. An employment lawyer in New Jersey will also help you keep your employer responsible for breaking the law in cases like breaching an employment contract, not paying proper salaries, or discriminating against you.

  • Employment Discrimination
  • Retaliation and Whistleblower Claims
  • Reasonable Accommodations for Disability
  • Workplace Harassment
  • Employment Contract Disputes
  • Overtime and Wage & Hour Law Disputes
  • Family & Medical Leave
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