Archer Employment Law

04.24.2019 New 2019 New Jersey Employment Laws – Everything You Need To Know When: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 | 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM Where: Tavistock Country Club, Haddonfield, NJ 08033 Archer Faculty: Overview: This course will cover the amendments to Family Leave and new laws about arbitration and confidentiality in settlement/severance agreements, minimum wage law changes, and pay equity law. Attend this program to find out about late 2018 and early 2019 laws affecting your business. TOPICS:…
02.06.2019 New Jersey Passes Law To Eventually Increase Minimum Wage To $15 Per Hour (Click here for printable PDF) New Jersey’s Governor Phil Murphy earlier this week signed a sweeping law that will eventually increase New Jersey’s minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2024 for most employers. One of the Governor’s signature campaign promises has now been fulfilled, making New Jersey the third most-populous State in the country to enact a $15 minimum wage…
Laura Link Laura concentrates her practice in the representation of management in all aspects of labor and employment law. She represents a wide range of clients including small and large privately held companies and governmental and quasi-governmental entities. View posts ›
01.25.2019 New Jersey Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act Only Applies to Conduct Occurring on or after July 1, 2018 (Click here for printable PDF) On January 15, 2019, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey held that the New Jersey Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act (“NJEPA”) only applies prospectively to conduct that is alleged to have occurred on or after its effective date – July 1, 2018. The State’s…
11.21.2018 SNJ Today Stops By Archer’s Annual Labor & Employment Seminar Archer & Greiner, P.C. hosted it’s annual Labor & Employment Seminar on November 16, 2018 at Tavistock Country Club, NJ. The event is aimed to keep employers aware of current state labor and employment changes. Peter L. Frattarelli, Esq., Chair of Archer & Greiner’s Labor & Employment Department, was interviewed for the segment. Watch the entire clip here.
In late October 2018, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (“NJDOL”) published Frequently Asked Questions and responses (collectively the “FAQs”) concerning New Jersey’s Paid Sick Leave Act (the “Act”). The FAQs can be found here. And an overview of the Act and its impact on New Jersey employers can be found here. NJDOL’s FAQs concerning the Act provide additional guidance for employers on many confusing and unclear aspects of the Act.…
10.22.2018 Peter Frattarelli to speak at the NJSBA Mid-Year Meeting in Rome, Italy When: November 3 – 10, 2018 Where: The Westin Excelsior, Rome Overview: This event offers attendees the opportunity to earn up to 12 CLE credits at educational programming, and to mix and mingle with colleagues and peers while sharing stories of the day’s adventures. Two special special events, the Welcome Reception and Wine Tasting, as well as the President’s Reception, are both…
10.15.2018 New Jersey Department of Labor Issues Paid Sick Leave Law Notice (Click here for printable PDF) In October 2018, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (“NJDOL”) published the required notice (the “Notice”) that must be posted and distributed to all New Jersey employees under New Jersey’s Paid Sick Leave Act (the “Act”).  Please see the following for an overview of the Act and its impact on New Jersey employers: https://www.archerlaw.com/paid-sick-leave-now-law-new-jersey/ The…
10.10.2018 Labor and Employment Seminar When: Friday, November 16, 2018 | 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM Where: Tavistock Country Club, Haddonfield, NJ 08033 Please join us for a complimentary Labor & Employment Breakfast Seminar. This course will cover the major state and federal laws affecting labor and employment law. SPEAKERS: Members of the Archer & Greiner Labor and Employment Law Department Opening Remarks and Introduction by Peter L. Frattarelli — Chairperson of Archer & Greiner’s…
09.10.2018 Employees Can Pursue Sexual Harassment Case Despite Waiting Years To Complain (Click here for printable PDF) In one of the first cases to point to the ongoing revelations from the “Me-Too” Era, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit recently held that an employee could proceed to a jury trial on her sexual harassment claim despite her failure to report that harassment over a period of several years. Minarsky v. Susquehanna Cty.,