Posts Categorized: Sexual Harassment

Should You Quit Your Job Due to Discrimination and/or Harassment? Some Legal Considerations In New Jersey.

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 best – and only –… Read more »

When Does Harassment Based on Sexual Orientation Become Actionable Under New Jersey Law?

NJ Law prohibits hostile work environment discrimination Among other forms of employment discrimination, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“NJLAD”) prohibits hostile work environment discrimination. Generally speaking, this means that the NJLAD prohibits employers from harassing employees on the basis of certain protected categories (like race or gender), to the point that the workplace becomes… Read more »

Zatuchni & Associates Represents Male Social Worker in Sexual Harassment/Retaliatory Termination Claim

Zatuchni & Associates represents a case manager in his sexual harassment/wrongful termination lawsuit against Greater Behavioral Healthcare of Trenton, a mental health and addiction treatment/counseling center. In his suit, the client alleges that a Manager repeatedly contacted him on his personal cell phone and tried to engage him in non-professional, inappropriate conversation. The lawsuit further… Read more »