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New Amendment Added to New Jersey Law Against Discrimination

On March 18, 2019, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law Senate Bill 121 (“S121”), amending the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“NJLAD”). The NJLAD is New Jersey’s central anti-discrimination law. NJLAD prohibits employers from discriminating against employees in any job-related action, including recruitment, interviewing, hiring, promotions, discharge, and...

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New York State Provides Guidance and Final Models for New State Sexual Harassment Prevention Policies and Training Requirements

Following a period of public comment that recently ended, New York State has published helpful guidance and models to assist employers in New York State to comply with the new legal requirements in the state concerning sexual harassment prevention policies and trainings. Employers in New York State must provide annual...

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#MeToo Enters Year Two: New Legal Obligations and How We Can Help

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