Employment Lawyers In New Jersey
If you are dealing with a conflict at your place of work it is important to speak with an experienced employment lawyer in New Jersey as soon as possible in order to protect your rights.
Federal, state and local laws provide protections against discrimination, hostile work environments, unequal pay, and many other types of harm.
The different types of unlawful discrimination against workers can include discrimination based on gender, age, race or national origin, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability. Employers can also discriminate against their employees through retaliation after a complaint is made.
Hostile work environments, retaliation and other forms of discrimination may affect one’s ability to be productive while completing their job. Not all negative work environments are not considered illegal. An experienced employment law attorney can help you determine when you might have a valid claim against an employer.
Employment Law Attorneys at Console Mattiacci Law, LLC
The lawyers of Console Mattiacci Law, LLC have been recognized for their dedication to helping New Jersey clients receive compensation for wrongfully denied back and future pay, mental anguish, liquidated damages, punitive damages and attorneys’ fees and costs for nearly three decades.
Our lawyers are dedicated to protecting the rights of those who have been victims of an employer or coworker’s illegal practices, including discrimination, and retaliation.
For your convenience, we have two offices located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Moorestown, New Jersey, to serve your employment law needs. Contact the employment lawyers of Console Mattiacci Law, LLC. Call 856-854-4000 today for a no obligation consultation.
Communities We Serve in New Jersey
Console Mattiacci Law, LLC has an office conveniently located in Moorestown, New Jersey. Our employment law attorneys represent clients throughout the entire state of New Jersey including:
- Burlington County
- Monmouth County
- Ocean County
- Atlantic County
- Gloucester County
- Mercer County
- Middlesex County
- Bergen County
- Camden County
- Cape May County
- Cumberland County
- Essex County
- Hudson County
- Hunterdon County
- Morris County
- Passaic County
- Salem County
- Somerset County
- Sussex County
- Union County
- Warren County
EEOC – Visit the website of U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to see employment resources such as how to file a charge for employment discrimination and confidentiality matters.
New Jersey Courts: Civil Division – The Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil Part, is of general jurisdiction under the direction of the Civil Presiding Judge. Visit this website to find out more information about the civil part of the county court.
New Jersey’s Wage and Hours Laws – Visit the website of the State of New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development to find labor and employment laws and regulations for wage and hour regulations. New Jersey State Labor Laws are enforced by the New Jersey Division of Wage and Hour Compliance. Those rules and regulations concern methods of wage payment, minimum wage, overtime wage rates, unpaid or withheld wages, and mandatory overtime restrictions for health care workers.
Finding a Employment Lawyer in New Jersey
The lawyers of Console Mattiacci Law, LLC have been representing clients in the New Jersey and Philadelphia areas for decades and would love to help you with your employment problems today.
Our lawyers value employees for their hard work and believe that when employers commit unfair practices, employers should be required to pay for any and all damages suffered by the employee.
We may be able to recover compensation for loss of wages (both pack and front pay), unpaid overtime, compensatory damages, pain and suffering, liquidated damages, punitive damages, and other damages.
Our attorneys can inform you of your employment protections under the laws of New Jersey and federal Law. Contact the New Jersey employment lawyers of Console Mattiacci Law, LLC.
Call 856-854-4000 for a no obligation consultation today.