Slips and falls account for a significant number of accidental injuries every year. Between icy sidewalks, torn carpets and badly lit stairwells, it's hardly surprising when you hear that someone has fallen and filed a claim over their injuries.
Did a senior investigator working for the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP) in New Jersey sexually harass a female employee and then, out of apparent fury, pour vitriol on her male co-worker and friend? When they went to their superiors for help, did their superiors engage in "victim blaming" and retaliate?
How do you find the right attorney for your needs when you're ready to file a workplace harassment claim?
New Jersey actually gives employers a lot of latitude when it comes to workplace drug testing -- more so than many other states. However, that doesn't mean that it's "anything goes" where drug testing is concerned.