Effective June 2011 New Jersey Will Prohibit Employers From Bias Against Unemployed In Job Advertising

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Effective June 2011, New Jersey will have a new law which will penalize employers for advertisements that show bias against unemployed persons. Specifically, N.J.S.A. 34:8B-1 et seq., which was signed into law by Governor Christie on or about April 24, 2011, prohibits businesses from knowingly or purposefully publishing, in print or on the internet, advertisements for any job openings in New Jersey that include one or more of the following...

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