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Doherty said in a statement that he wanted to make sure "kids looking to earn a few bucks shoveling" were exempted from such ordinances. Dawn Higgins, his legislative aide, said Monday that government researchers discovered other towns in the state had similar ordinances and that these could prevent entrepreneurial teens from offering to help.
I urge those who feel that their rights have been violated to promptly seek a free consultation with a competent attorney to go over alleged violations in detail. At-Will Employment Unless one has a fixed employment contract or is affiliated with a union, a person is considered to be an “at-will employee.” An at-will employee is a person who can be hired and fired at will. Direct evidence of discrimination is easy but not very common.
Introduction If you are an employee in the State of New Jersey, then you have certain workplace rights under our laws. If one can answer yes to each of these questions, then they may have a claim under the LAD. Protection From Discrimination Discrimination usually is expressed by way of disparaging treatment.