New Jersey Employers May Not Retaliate Against Employees Who Request Certain Information from Other Employees



This article discusses a provision of the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination that makes it illegal for an employer to retaliate against an employee who requests from, discusses with, or discloses to any other current or former employee of the employer, a lawyer from whom the employee seeks legal advice, or a government agency information regarding the compensation (including benefits); job titles; occupational categories; and the ethnicity, gender, military status, national origin, or race of the employee or other current or former employees.
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Categories: Employment Law and Employee Benefits