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NJ Supreme Court to Employers: A Sham Paper Trail Won’t Protect You if You Misclassify Employees as Independent Contractors

The New Jersey Supreme Court has just sent a strong message to companies that try to justify classifying workers as […]

Employees: Read Before Signing On the Dotted Line

If you are negotiating the terms of a new job, a promotion or an exit package,  you need to read […]

The Great Resignation: Proceed Carefully Before You Resign

Each day there are more and more stories of people quitting their jobs without another job.  As an employment lawyer, […]

Should Employers Tell At-Will Employees The Reason They Are Terminating Them Even If They Are Not Legally Required To Do So?

In my view, yes! Why? Losing a job is one of the most stressful, emotionally wrenching, financially harmful things that […]

Falsifying Time Records and Pressuring Employees to Lie to DOL Is Not the Way to Handle a Wage Investigation

When  the US or a state’s  Department of Labor wants to investigate wage and hour violations, they almost always find […]

Lisa Fried-Grodin Named to Super Lawyers and Top Lawyers in Morris County Lists

Lisa Fried-Grodin has been named to the 2022 Super Lawyer List in New Jersey for Labor and Employment law for […]

If an Employer Doesn’t Properly Protect Employee’s Confidential Medical Information, Watch Out For Lawsuits

Hey employers. If you know that a group of your employees are unvaccinated or tested positive for COVID-19, should you […]

Not Monitoring Rogue Managers and Being The Subject Of A Viral Video Is Not The Way To Build A Positive Workplace Culture

A NJ restaurant chain has learned the hard way the importance of overseeing their managers and staying in touch with […]