What Should Employers Know About Discrimination Law in New Jersey?

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Employers need to know that in today’s day and age, discrimination laws have gotten stronger. They haven’t gone away. So while employers and their supervisors and other staff have become more sophisticated on how to discriminate such as creating a disciplinary record for an employee who has complained for discrimination. Those tricks are not going to alleviate the employer from liability. So an employer should be careful to follow the policies that it has. Make sure it has an up-to-date discrimination policy and a plan for training its employees and supervisors on the use of these policies.

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