Recently reports note that many employers are asking their employees to sign liability waivers in the event an employee gets sick on the job. Can employees be forced to sign them? The answer is unclear, but a local professor argues no.
This month, McOmber McOmber & Luber celebrates LGBTQ Pride Month. As discrimination and civil rights lawyers, we fight each and every day to advance the rights of the LGBTQ community. For too long, the LGBTQ community stood in the dark, oppressed by the law and society. Today, thanks to advancements in the law, the LGBTQ community can step from the shadows and show their true colors with pride. […]
New Jersey’s largest union for nurses and healthcare professionals has filed a complaint with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) against Virtua Health. Nurses at Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly say that they and other frontline workers were supplied with personal protective equipment (“PPE”) that is not FDA approved.
The EEOC has updated its guidance for employers dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. These FAQs, the first of a series, address the EEOC’s pregnancy-related guidance.
Racism in the workplace can be as simple as passing over minorities for promotions and raises. Don’t tolerate racism in the workplace.
Workplace racism is more than wrongful termination. It starts at the application process, includes comments, and even harassment.