What Are My Rights as a Public Employee in New Jersey?

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As a public employee in New Jersey, depending on what kind of municipality you work for whether it’s civil service or non-civil service, you have really a really a platform of rights. You always have the right to a hearing under civil service rules if your employer decides to suspend or terminate you. You have a right to an administrative hearing and you may have right to appeal that hearing to a higher level. You also have certain rights regarding your workdays, your work treatment and if you are a labor union member, you have rights that are provided and overseen by the Public Employees Relation Commission (PERC).

If you require strong legal representation for matters of employment law, personal injury, real estate, or criminal defense, contact an experienced attorney at the Vigilante Law Firm, P.C. today to schedule an initial consultation.

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