Employment Law for Employees
Representing New Jersey Employees in All Employment-Related Matters
In the United States, there are laws in place to protect employees from unfair treatment in the workplace. Unfortunately, discrimination still exists and many employees file harassment, discrimination, and wage and hour claims against their employers. If you feel that your employer legally wronged you in some way or did not treat you in the same manner as other employees, then seek out a New Jersey employment lawyer. Contact the law firm of Garland & Mason, L.L.C., in New Jersey at (732) 358-2028 for a free consultation.
Protecting Employees From Unfair Treatment at Work
If your employer or another employee treated you inappropriately at work, it is important to consult with an attorney with a strong knowledge of the regulations and interpretations of New Jersey employment laws. At Garland & Mason, L.L.C., we offer a team of New Jersey employment lawyers with more than 40 years of combined experience in breach of contract claims, whistleblower protection claims, employment contracts (including noncompete agreements), wrongful termination, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), harassment, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace.
If you feel you were a victim of discrimination based on any of the following, seek legal counsel immediately:
- Sexual orientation
- National origin
Handling Sexual Harassment Claims in New Jersey
There are two types of sexual harassment claims. Quid pro quo sexual harassment involves one employee forcing another to submit to a sexual advance in exchange for a promotion, a raise or another benefit. The second involves activities that turn the workplace into a hostile work environment. For example, physical contact, unwelcome requests or inappropriate images in the workplace can create a hostile environment.
While our lawyers represent employees, we have also successfully represented employers. This gives us insight into their strategies and results in better outcomes when we take on cases for employees.
To arrange a free initial consultation, call our New Jersey employment lawyer at (732) 358-2028 or contact us online. Our clients come to us from across NJ, including Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County and Ocean County.