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Generation All: Managing Workplace and Candidate Pool Trends and Avoiding Age Stereotyping

USA - March 5 2019 Employers are challenged to manage demographic and technological changes. Technology is transforming the workplace at an Accelerating rate. The...

Andrew L Scroggins, Ryan B. Schneider.

District Court of New Jersey Finds Plaintiff Agreed to Arbitrate By Not Opting Out of the Arbitration Program

USA - January 22 2019 The District Court of New Jersey recently found an arbitration agreement to be enforceable where the employee acknowledged receipt and did not follow...

Howard M. Wexler.

Phone, Wallet, Keys . . . Panic Button? Hotel Employee Panic Device Bill Advanced to New Jersey Senate for Further Consideration

USA - December 17 2018 On December 3, 2018, the New Jersey Senate Labor Committee unanimously advanced a bill that would require covered hotels to provide “panic devices”...

Ryan B. Schneider, Gena B. Usenheimer.

New Jersey Governor Signs Executive Order Establishing Employee Misclassification Task Force

USA - May 3 2018 Less than 24 hours after New Jersey became the tenth state to have a statewide paid sick leave law, Governor Murphy signed an Executive Order...

Howard M. Wexler.

New Jersey Court Expands Coverage: New Jersey Law Against Discrimination May Apply to Telecommuter Located in Massachusetts

USA - April 9 2018 In Trevejo v. Legal Cost Control, No. A-1377-16T4, 2018 WL 1569640 (App. Div. Apr. 2, 2018), the employeeplaintiff lived in Massachusetts and worked...

Kaitlyn F. Whiteside, Glenn J. Smith, Howard M. Wexler.