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September 2020 Archives

Fired casino executive claims discrimination, retaliation

A former Atlantic City casino executive who had been in the gaming industry for over three decades filed a wrongful termination lawsuit this month against the Ocean Casino Resort, Luxor Capital Group and two individuals reportedly involved in her termination. She alleges that she was fired in January after she raised objections more than once about discrepancies that were allowed to stand in the minutes of an audit committee meeting held last year. The plaintiff had been a senior vice president and general counsel for the resort.

How are tipped employees paid when they do untipped work?

Many employees work in restaurants, hair salons and other types of businesses where they typically are tipped by customers. If that describes your job, you probably also spend some of your time at work assigned to tasks where you're not dealing directly with customers and therefore not getting tips. How does that impact the minimum wage that your employer is required to pay you?

Workers' Comp Benefits Expanded For Essential Employees Diagnosed With COVID-19

In July of 2019, Governor Murphy signed into law the "Thomas P. Canzanella Twenty First Century First Responders Protection Act," which expanded workers' compensation benefits to "public safety workers" who become ill as a result of exposure to diseases or toxins by creating a presumption that the illness is work-related. Since then, the ongoing COVID-19 crisis revealed some of the fault lines in our economy and healthcare system. Governor Murphy and New Jersey's legislature responded by enacting A-3999/S-2380 (https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2020/Bills/S2500/2380_R1.PDF). Governor Murphy signed the bill into law on September 14, 2020.

Are you the victim of a workplace bully?

You thought you were finished with bullying long ago, but it seems like you're going through it all over again – this time by grown adults in the workplace. If you are, you're not alone. People are bullied by coworkers and even bosses all the time.

State's high court rules Pfizer can't be sued by former employee

A recent New Jersey Supreme Court ruling was called "a dark day for employees" by the plaintiff's attorney. The August ruling addressed the flight attendant's ability to sue her former employer, Pfizer, for religious discrimination rather than the grounds for the suit.

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