Frequently Asked Questions
New Jersey employees are afforded many rights at the workplace. These rights include the right to work in discrimination free workplace, the right to timely payment of their earned wages and the right to a reasonable accommodation needed for a disability and others. While it is always advisable to seek advice and counsel from an experienced employment lawyer, it also important to gain a basic understanding of your workplace rights. The Smith Eibeler Frequently Asked Questions “FAQ” page is designed to provide general information concerning the legal rights of employees who work in New Jersey. The information contained in this FAQ page and throughout our website and blog is provided for informational purposes only and is not nor should it be construed as being legal advice in any way on any subject matter. Should you have any question concerning your legal rights concerning any workplace issue you are confronting, please contact our office to speak to one of our employment lawyers who can provide legal advice and counsel specific to your workplace issue.Employment Lawsuits
- What is a Wrongful Termination?
- Do I Have a Lawsuit for Unlawful Termination?
- How Long Does It Take to Conclude an Employment Lawsuit?
- What Damages can be Obtained in an Employment Lawsuit?
- Will a Lawyer Take My Employment Case on a Contingency?
- Do Public Employees Have First Amendment Rights?
- What is Unlawful Workplace Sexual Harassment?
- Should I Inform My Employer that I am Being Sexually Harassed by a Co-Worker?
- What Are the Differences Between High School and College Special Education Services?
- How Is a 504 Plan Different From an IEP?
- Is Diabetes a Disability for School?
- Is Epilepsy a Disability in Schools?
- What Is the Purpose of a 504 Plan?
- What Are Some Accommodations for Students With Learning Disabilities?
- Does a Student With ADHD Get a 504 Plan or an IEP?