Groff v. DeJoy

In 1977, the United States Supreme Court decided Trans World Airlines v. Hardison to interpret Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 regarding an employer’s obligation to accommodate an employee’s religious beliefs.  That decision balanced the obligation to accommodate the belief against an undue hardship imposed on the employer. 
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Fair Non-Compete Provisions in New Jersey

We review hundreds of non-compete agreements each year from various employers throughout New Jersey.  The typical non-compete agreement contains a a two year restriction on any competitive activity throughout the State of New Jersey.  These non-competes prevent the employee from working in their field and will force them to try and find work that...
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Employer Refusing to Pay Commissions In New Jersey

It is illegal for your employer or former employer to refuse to provide you with commissions that are owed.  New Jersey's employment laws and contract laws prohibit an employer from withholding commission payments.  However, you should be aware of your company's policy regarding commissions.  Some employers have clauses requiring that you be employed at...
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