Telemundo and NBC Facing Age Discrimination Claims
by Ramon E. Rivera on August 14, 2012
Telemundo and NBC Universal are facing an age discrimination lawsuit filed by a former reporter/anchor who claims she was terminated…more
MLB’s New Paternity Leave Program Bucks Tradition
by Ramon E. Rivera on August 8, 2012
Many baseball players may be surprised to learn that Major League Baseball has a new groundbreaking paternity leave program that allows…more
Update: New Social Media Rule for New Jersey Employers Passes Assembly
by Ramon Rivera on July 3, 2012
New Jersey employers concerned about proposed new social media rules should be aware that proposed legislation has…more
New Jersey Employment Law Update: NLRB Posting Rule Delayed After Conflicting Court Rulings
by Ramon Rivera on May 23, 2012
The National Labor Relations Board recently announced that it has shelved its new posting…more
Termination Tips for the Entertainment Industry
by Ramon E. Rivera on May 10, 2012
Layoffs are common in the entertainment industry, particularly in this economy. Late last month, entertainment magazine show Access…more
When Can New Jersey Employers Use Arrest Records to Screen Applicants?
by Ramon Rivera on May 8, 2012
New Jersey employers often use a number of tools and techniques to screen job applicants. Among the most common, a…more
New Jersey Appeals Court Saves Wachovia from $3.6 Million Whistleblower Award
by Ramon Rivera
A New Jersey appeals court has overturned a $3.6 million whistleblower award against Wachovia after an employee alleged he was…more
What Do the EEOC’s New ADEA Rules Mean for New York and New Jersey Employers?
by Ramon Rivera
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently issued a Final Rule amending the Age Discrimination in…more
Is Your New York or New Jersey Business Hiring Interns This Summer?
by Ramon Rivera on April 18, 2012
At Scarinci Hollenbeck, we have already hired several interns to work with us this summer. While summer internships are…more
Employers should be aware that legislation to raise New Jersey’s minimum wage is making it way through both the Assembly and Senate. Similar efforts to raise the minimum wage are also underway in New York and Connecticut. By…more
Earlier this month, the Obama Administration released its proposed budget for fiscal year 2013. It reveals that New York and New Jersey employers should expect heightened enforcement and regulatory activity, particularly in the…more
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently held a public meeting to address discrimination against pregnant women and workers with caregiving responsibilities, characterizing these forms of disparate treatment as a…more
As New York businesses should be aware, a new law recently took effect that requires employers to give written notice of wage rates to all employees by February 1 of each year. The Wage Theft Prevention Act also imposes stiff…more
According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, last year was a record year for workplace discrimination claims. Through its enforcement, mediation, and litigation efforts, the EEOC obtained a record $455.6 million in…more
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