Monthly Archives: November 2014

Forced to Quit Your Job Due to Harassment? Constructive Discharge in NJ

Resignation Due to Harassment New Jersey New York

Last updated Dec. 29, 2017. Discrimination and harassment on the job can inflict such mental and emotional stress that, understandably, many workers wonder whether they should simply just quit. Indeed, when faced with unwanted sexual advances from a supervisor, racially charged jokes from co-workers, or daily acts of petty retaliation, resigning may seem like the… Read more »

Mental Illness Discrimination in the NJ Workplace: Your Rights

Mental Health Discrimination Workplace NJ

Last updated May 30, 2018. Mental illness strikes many people at some point in their working lives. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, some 6.7% of adult Americans suffer a major depressive episode within a given year, while a staggering 18% suffer from an anxiety disorder within a given year. These conditions, if… Read more »