6 Employment Discrimination Laws You Need To Understand (2)

6 Employment Discrimination Laws You Need To Understand

As an employee, you may be protected by a number of different anti-discrimination laws. These laws protect certain employees throughout all stages of employment from interviewing and hiring to termination. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, is the agency that is tasked with administering federal employment discrimination laws. Here are six employment discrimination laws

Get The Facts About Workplace Retaliation

Get The Facts About Workplace Retaliation

If you are like most people, you probably understand that there are laws protecting you as an employee from harassment and discrimination. You might not know that the law also protects you from retaliation from your employer. The anti-retaliation laws protect you from your employer punishing you for complaining about discrimination or harassment in the

Richard Swartz, best employment benefits attorney

Richard Swartz has been named one of the best employment benefits attorney Richard Swartz, one of the partners at Swartz Swidler, LLC, has been named one of the South Jersey best employment benefits attorneys! For more information, please visit: https://sjmagazine.net/e-issue/2016/08/#page/64 Richard Swartz is an experienced attorney in the field of litigation. Since his first case

Swartz Swidler Prevails in Appellate Court Matter Dealing With Applicability of Dispute Resolution Provision of Employment Contract

Swartz Swidler recently prevailed in an appellate court matter dealing with the applicability of a dispute resolution provision of an employment contract. Swartz Swidler represents Dr. Forrest Anthony, the former vice president and chief medical officer for Eleison Pharmaceuticals, LLC. in Bordentown, New Jersey. In February 2012 the parties entered into an employment agreement. In

U.S. Lags International human rights standards in gender pay gap, maternity leave, and affordable child care.

The U.N sent an expert delegation to United States to gather data and impressions from numerous government agencies, including the Departments of Labor, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Department of Justice. The initial findings conclude that women in the United States have “missing rights” compared to the rest of the world.