New Brunswick Gender Discrimination Attorney

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New Jersey employers must abide by the Civil Rights Act of 1963 and the Equal Pay Act, both of which prohibit discrimination on the basis of gender. In accordance, employers may not take gender into account when making decisions regarding wages, hiring, or promotions. They must also make sure that working environments will not be hostile towards a specific gender and that the work atmosphere is not overly sexual.

What Must be Proven in a Discrimination Claim?

Under the Equal Pay act, discrimination can be proven if men and women both work in the same place, do the same job, but are still paid differently. A discrimination claim may also succeed when employers in New Brunswick hire only one specific gender, issues promotions based on gender, or retaliates against persons who seek relief for employer misconduct.

When is Sexual Harassment Prohibited?

Physical or verbal acts of a sexual nature that are unwelcome to the victim are considered to be sexual harassment. An employer in New Brunswick could also potentially be held liable for inappropriate behavior that was conducted by an employee's co-worker.

New Jersey employers can also be held liable for sexual harassment if it allows conduct that leads to an overly sexual work environment. Without a lawyer, it can be difficult to prove gender discrimination because the details in proving intent are often complicated. Additionally, there can be specific procedures that must be closely followed in pursuing a claim.

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Life in New Brunswick

New Brunswick is located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. It is popular because it is home to Rutgers University. The city is located approximately 27 miles southwest of Manhattan. It is near the Raritan River.

New Brunswick's nickname is "the Healthcare City" because there are many hospitals. These hospitals include Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Saint Peter's University Hospital, and University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Large employers include Johnson Johnson and Bristol-Myers Squibb. The legal industry is also present in New Brunswick because there are many law offices, and small to mid-size law firms in the city. The legal force here is trained to handle legal needs in all areas of law.

Popular attractions include the Albany Street Bridge, Highland Park, Old Queens, Buccleuch Mansion, St. Peter, the Delaware and Raritan Canal, Rutgers Gardens, and the Henry Guest House.

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