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Our bimonthly print publication, the Employment Law Authority, summarizes the most significant labor and employment law developments affecting employers.
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Articles in this issue include:
New Jersey Trade Secrets Act Effective January 9, 2012
Re-Introduced Bill Proposes Numerous Significant Changes to the Law Against Discrimination
NJDOL Makes Available One-Page Poster and Notice for Use by Employers
Maximum Weekly Benefits for Unemployment, Temporary Disability and Family Leave Insurance, and Workers’ Compensation Increased for 2012
Bills Introduced to Increase Minimum Wage to $8.50 Effective July 1, 2012
Bills Introduced to Limit Employers’ Ability to Require Applicants to Disclose Prior Criminal Convictions
Bills Introduced to Prohibit Employers from Requiring Applicants to Undergo a Credit Check as a Condition of Employment
Bill Introduced to Exclude Illegal Aliens from Workers’ Compensation and Temporary Disability Benefits Coverage
Bill Introduced to Require Contractors and Subcontractors Engaged in a Public Works Contract Subject to Prevailing Wage Requirements to Provide More Specific Wage Information
Bill Introduced to Spare Repayment of Unemployment Benefit Overpayments Obtained Innocently But Erroneously
Bill Introduced to Allow Employers to Require Payment by Direct Deposit
NYDOL Publishes FAQs on Numerous Wage and Hour Topics, Including Wage Deductions and Overtime Rules
Third Circuit Confirms Individual Supervisor Liability Under the FMLA for Both Public and Private Employers
Attorney-Client Privilege Does Not Attach to Employee’s Emails Sent Through Company Email System on Work Computer
Starbucks District Manager Was Carrying Out Her Job Duties and Therefore Was Not a Whistleblower Protected by CEPA When She Reported Workplace Misconduct
Employer May Be Liable for Failure to Provide FMLA Notice
LAD Does Not Protect Against Adverse Actions Taken on Basis of Familial Status
Unsuccessful Romantic Overtures Insufficient to Establish Hostile Work Environment or Constructive Discharge