Can an Employer Require Notes from a Religious Leader?

Sattiraju Law FirmOctober 31, 2019
New Jersey Breach of Contract Lawyer, The Sattiraju Law Firm

Federal employment law requires that employers provide a reasonable accommodation for someone’s religious beliefs. This law does not require that employers bend over backwards to make the job more convenient…

Can an Employer Force You to Arbitrate a Dispute?

Sattiraju Law FirmOctober 24, 2019

Arbitration is a dispute resolution technique that has gained in popularity in recent years. Arbitration basically works like a trial, with each side presenting evidence and witnesses to an arbitrator,…

What Rights Do Disabled Workers Have?

Sattiraju Law FirmOctober 17, 2019
What is a Reasonable Accommodation if You are Disabled, The Sattiraju Law Firm

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 19% of those with a disability are employed, either full-time or part-time. Disabilities can take many forms, such as physical or mental;…

Can I Sue if I Am Paid Less than My Male Co-Worker?

Sattiraju Law FirmSeptember 4, 2019

Virtually every American agrees that men and women should be paid the same for equal work. However, statistics still show that women earn less than men—sometimes a lot less. If…

Has a Real Estate Broker Made Improper Deductions?

Sattiraju Law FirmJuly 12, 2019

Misclassifying employees as independent contractors is a serious problem in New Jersey, and no group is perhaps more affected than real estate agents. Being misclassified carries serious problems for the…