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Sanrdo Polledri

Q. Our company has an office in Philadelphia. Can we ask about an applicant’s criminal and arrest record when recruiting employees to work there?

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Q. Our company has an office in Philadelphia. Can we ask about an applicant’s criminal and arrest record when recruiting employees to work there?

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Q. Can we rely on a release of all employment claims when terminating a military service member or veteran?

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In a 5-4 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court in June rejected class-action status for an estimated 1.5 million female employees who brought gender-discrimination claims against Walmart, the country’s largest private employer. The issue before the High Court wasn’t whether Walmart discriminates against women, but whether the 1.5 million-member class was legitimate.

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Q. What restrictions exist on advertising for job vacancies? We are flooded with applications and have considered limiting applications to the currently employed. We worry the unemployed have rusty skills. Can we say we won’t consider hiring unemployed people?

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Q. What are our obligations to inform employees of their rights against retaliation if they report wrongdoing at work?

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In 2007, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination was amended to prohibit discrimination on the basis of “gender identity or expression.” To minimize the possibility of discrimination against transgender employees in your workplace, follow these tips:

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Q. Are there specific rules on when I must pay my employees?

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Q. Several of our employees are in the Army Reserve or are on long-term leave due to military deployment. What rules apply?

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Q. We keep hearing that retaliation can be a bigger lawsuit worry for employers than even discrimination or harassment. What kinds of employment laws impose retaliation liability?

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