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New Jersey Employment Law Updates for 2019-2020

Employment Law Andreya DiMarco Monday, September 9, 2019

2019 is a landmark year for changes in the area of Employment Law.  Family Leave and New Jersey Minimum Wage will be impacted by laws signed by Governor Murphy.  Associate Andreya...

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Andreya DiMarco, employment law, Minimum Wage, New Jersey, paid family leave, Weiner Law Group

Ban the Box: Employment Fairness in New Jersey

Criminal Law Employment Law Jay V. Surgent Monday, July 8, 2019

In recent years, momentum for policies that aim to help level the playing field for job candidacy has surged. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is an organization that...

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Ban the Box, Criminal Law, ESQ., Jay Surgent, New Jersey white collar crime

NJICLE Round Table Discussion

Employment Law Kathryn Van Deusen Hatfield Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Kathryn Van Deusen Hatfield has been invited to participate at NJICLE’s round table discussion at the annual Public Employment Conference on April 26th at the East Brunswick Hilton. Ms. Hatfield and a panel of...

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employment law, Kathryn Van Deusen Hatfield, NJILCE

#CallanAudible

Employment Law On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Monday, March 11, 2019

Partner Mark A. Tabakin, Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Department of Weiner Law Group LLP will be presenting an Employment Law Update during the AEA Spring Utility Management Conference held at...

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employment law, labor, Mark Tabakin, updates

NEW JERSEY SIGNIFICANTLY EXPANDS PAID FAMILY LEAVE AND TEMPORARY DISABILITY BENEFITS

Employment Law Stefani C Schwartz Thursday, February 28, 2019

On February 19, 2019, Governor Phil Murphy signed into law Assembly Bill 3975, significantly changing New Jersey’s paid family leave laws. This new law expands who is eligible for job-protected...

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employment law, FMLA, NJ FMLA, paid family leave, temporary disability benefits

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