It’s costing Julian Avalos, owner of Two Crepes in Union City, a little more, but there’s not much else he can do.
As the U.S. continues to face soaring inflation, a decade-old debate over restoring automatic cost-of-living adjustments to the pensions of retired government workers in New Jersey is bubbling again.
A former Paterson police officer who claimed she was forced to retire after shooting an unarmed man in front of his children more than four years ago has settled a discrimination lawsuit with the city for $185,000, officials said Tuesday.
NJ Transit has agreed to settle racial discrimination and retaliation lawsuits brought by two employees, including a woman who successfully sued the agency for racial discrimination in 2014 — for a total of $3.2 million.
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A fired worker is testing New Jersey’s state’s cannabis law by suing his former employer, alleging he was wrongfully terminated for marijuana use days after the state legalized the drug.
Essential workers were praised for staying on the job during the coronavirus pandemic, but as the region moves more into an economic recovery, experts and advocates fear those workers might be left behind.
A police officer in Essex County who was fired over a year ago after he filed suit against Caldwell and its police chief alleging his bosses made racist remarks will get his job back, a judge has ruled.