Do Employers Have to Provide Religious Accommodations?

Whether working from home or in a traditional office setting, employers must provide certain religious accommodations. Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 mandates that an employee’s request be honored with reasonable accommodations, providing they do not cause undue hardship, or more than a minimal burden, on business operations. This pairs with the prohibition that employers cannot exclude candidates or terminate employees on the basis or religion. These accommodations cover a variety of concerns, from clothing to time[…] Read More

Leo B. Dubler Selected to 2021 Super Lawyers List

Leo B. Dubler of The Law Offices of Leo B. Dubler, III, LLC has been selected to this year’s New Jersey Super Lawyers List. As a qualified litigation attorney, Leo has over 20 years of experience in personal injury, labor law, and employment law. With his strong educational background and proficiency, he has been selected to Super Lawyers from 2012 to 2015, and each consecutive year since 2017. Super Lawyers uses an extensive selection process, which includes peer reviews, nominations,[…] Read More

How Should Employees Fight Wage Theft?

When an employer fails to pay their employee the total amount they earned, this is called wage theft. Unfortunately, wage theft is a prevalent problem in the United States and can financially harm an employee. Many employers commit wage theft for a long time before being caught. Employees who realize they are not getting paid the amount they legally deserve should talk to a lawyer to explore their legal options and recover their entitled payment. Wage theft can manifest itself[…] Read More

Is There Still a Gender Pay Gap?

Over the last several decades, the differences in earnings between men and women have caused frustration for many who advocate for fair pay. The issue, which has been prominent since the 1960s, seemed to be mitigated during the 1980s and 1990s when many women earned degrees and work experience that allowed them some measure of advancement in the workplace, increasing pay for many women. However, that progress has since stalled, leaving women stuck making nearly 20 percent less on average[…] Read More

What are the Key Elements of a Solid Employee Contract?

Employment contracts are complex documents. An employee who signs off on the contract may not know the ins and outs of the document, and there are several key components of an employee contract. The following items may seem self-explanatory, but they must be written, adjusted, and executed properly. What are the Terms of Employment? The terms of employment include salary, hourly pay, bonuses, and the length of the contract. A salaried executive or manager likely does not have a timeframe[…] Read More