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Wrongful Termination

New Jersey workers have the right, in this “at will” employment state, to quit a job for any reason, and an employer has the right to terminate an employee for any reason except those which are specifically protected in federal and state laws. If an employer illegally terminates an employee, federal and state laws provide guidelines for filing claims and/or lawsuits to obtain the remedies that are available.

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The New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act is one of the most far-reaching whistleblower statutes in the nation. Aimed to protect employee “whistleblowers,” the statute makes it unlawful for an employer to take adverse employment action(s) against an employee.. more


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