Some employees are unable to continue working because of disabling mental health conditions. They might fail at their jobs because of the way their mental health conditions interfere with their ability to perform the tasks of their jobs. Some people suffer from chronic mental health conditions that prevent them from returning to work on a
If you work for a covered employer in New Jersey and are an eligible employee, you are entitled to take leave from work under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Under the FMLA, eligible employees can take leave from work for 12 weeks or less to care for their family members’ serious medical
Workplace sexual harassment is illegal under state and federal law. In some cases, employers might also be liable when sexual harassment happens at a place or event outside of their employee’s regular working hours, including company parties, picnics, receptions, dinners, and others when their employees are present because of their employment relationship. Employers might be
While not all employers are covered under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), those that are must allow their eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of leave off from work each year to care for their own or their immediate family members’ serious medical conditions. This type of leave is unpaid.