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It is natural to feel powerless in the workplace when you’re being treated unfairly or discriminated against. It is natural to feel hopeless if you are fired from your job for bad reasons. Your employer may seem to hold all the power, but the State of New Jersey offers numerous laws to make sure you are protected. These laws are wide-ranging, including protection from workplace discrimination, protection from retaliation for reporting discrimination, and unemployment insurance compensation in case of a job loss.

The best way to make sure you are protected is to know the laws, what steps to take, and who to call when you need help. Below you will find easy-to-follow information for the most common workplace situations. Read them to make sure that you’re treated fairly and get the benefits you deserve.

If you are having problems in your workplace or you believe you have been recently terminated due to discrimination, contact Schorr & Associates today.

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The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination

The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) offers comprehensive protection against being treated differently due to being a member of a protected class. Review this chart to see whether NJLAD’s protections apply to you and what steps you should take to get help.

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How to File a Workplace Discrimination Case in NJ

How to File a Workplace Discrimination Case in NJ

The State of New Jersey has strong laws against workplace discrimination. To take advantage of this protection, you need to know what to do and what not to do to protect your rights and the procedures for filing a discrimination claim. Follow these steps to make sure you are protected.

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Will You Be Eligible for Unemployment in New Jersey

Will You Be Eligible for Unemployment in New Jersey?

Unemployment compensation is an insurance policy against losing your job through no fault of your own. It is a benefit you pay for but are not automatically entitled to; the state must determine that you are eligible for it. Find out if you are likely to be ruled eligible.

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Follow These Steps If You Are Denied Unemployment Benefits in NJ

Follow These Steps If You Are Denied Unemployment Benefits in NJ

When the state denies your claim for unemployment compensation, you must follow required steps in a timely manner to make sure you have a full and fair hearing for your claim. Follow these steps to make sure you get what you deserve.


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