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October 2013 Archives

Employee misclassification an illegal way to increase profits

The goal of most employers is to make a profit. This is probably not a big surprise to any of our Evesham Employment Law Blog readers. Employers will find the best deal on supplies, enter into contracts that provide the greatest benefit or structure employee schedules to ensure that labor costs are in balance with the work that needs to be done.

PR founder shares benefits of maternity leave

Having a baby is an extremely exciting time for any new mom. If you have ever met one or been one, you know how much they love to share the news of a pregnancy. Although it is an experience that they’ll cherish forever, it is one that many women feel they have to keep secret as long as possible in the workplace.

New Jersey Employment and Civil Rights Trial Attorney Celebrates Legalization of Gay Marriage in New Jersey

Costello & Mains partner Kevin M. Costello, who focuses his state wide trial practice in Employment and Civil Rights, announced, on behalf of the Costello & Mains Firm, unconditional support for the recent decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court effectively, and at long last, legalizing same-sex marriage in New Jersey.

Boss rescinds permission for Playboy shoot, fires employee

Employment contracts are an agreement between two parties. The employer may include certain restrictions such as a morality clause to ensure that the brand name is not tarnished in any way. These restrictions are not limitless in New Jersey, but the employee can agree to abide by them in exchange for compensation.

Sexual harassment is sexual harassment, including same-sex

It is very true that most cases that are filed on the basis of sexual harassment in the workplace entail allegations between a man and a woman. While the majority of cases might occur under these circumstances, sexual harassment is sexual harassment whether between opposite-sex individuals or same-sex employees.

Ballot vote will determine minimum wage increase in New Jersey

Nov. 5 is just over one month away, and for many New Jersey workers, it will be an important election day. One question on the ballot this year is whether or not the minimum wage in New Jersey should be raised to $8.25 and include annual cost-of-living adjustments.

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