Employment Law: What Does ‘Pay in Lieu of Notice’ Mean?

Some workers who are dismissed from their jobs receive payments in lieu of notice. These are payments that are made by an employer that is higher than the typical wages an employee receives when terminating an employee instead of going through a formal termination process. These wages are a substitute for any wages the employer

can i get paid for snow days

Can I Get Paid for Snow Days?

Companies in New Jersey and Pennsylvania are sometimes forced to close for a day or more because of snow. Workers are likewise sometimes unable to make it into work at companies that remain open because of snow. When workers are forced to remain home because of businesses remaining closed because of snow or when they

What Are Common Wage Violations In New Jersey?

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, most workers in the U.S. are entitled to receive the federal minimum wage, which is currently set at $7.25 per hour. They are also entitled to receive overtime pay of time and one-half for each hour that is worked during a workweek beyond 40 hours. The law defines work

Do You have an Overtime Case

Do You Have an Overtime Case?

Since the 1930s, most U.S. employers have been required to pay their eligible employees that work more than 40 hours in a week overtime pay. This law was originally passed so that work would be spread among more people so that the unemployment rolls could be reduced. Today, overtime pay is no longer viewed as