New Jersey Partner Explains Garden State’s Robust Laws Against Discrimination
Recent surveys show that working women with children believe they have to do more to climb the corporate ladder and many are fearful of telling their employers they are pregnant. However, in many states, including New Jersey, strict anti-discrimination laws prohibit employers from retaliating against protected classes. In an interview with NJ101.5, partner Kathleen Caminiti explains that New Jersey has some of the most robust laws against discrimination in the country, including gender discrimination, sexual harassment and pay equity. She said: “The state and the courts in New Jersey have really always been on the forefront of this issue. Most companies take discrimination issues very seriously and a growing number of Garden State businesses are open to providing job accommodations.”
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