Glen Rock, New Jersey
Unfortunately, in New York and New Jersey gender discrimination is far too common in today’s workforce. Gender discrimination (also known as sex discrimination) typically occurs when a company discriminates against women by favoring men when making decisions about who it should hire, promote demote, give a raise, layoff or fire.
Even though women more often experience sex discrimination in the workplace, both men and women can be the victims of sex discrimination. Either way, it is a violation of your employment law rights in both New Jersey and New York if your employer treats you worse based on your sex or a gender stereotype. As a result, it is a violation of your employment law rights if your gender is the reason you hit the corporate “glass ceiling,” are being underpaid compared to your peers or were wrongfully terminated.
Sexual harassment, which is harassment due to gender, is another form of legally prohibited gender discrimination. While it often is sexual in nature, any form of harassment based on your gender can be part of a sexual harassment case if it contributes to making your work environment hostile or abusive.New Jersey Gender Discrimination Lawyers
From our office in Essex County, New Jersey, Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C. represents women and men who have experienced discrimination or harassment because of their gender. If you have been treated worse by your company because of your gender in either New Jersey or New York, please contact us to schedule a consultation. Our firm is dedicated to enforcing employee rights. Our telephone number is (973) 744-4000.About Glen Rock
The Borough of Glen Rock was formed on September 14, 1894 from portions of Ridgewood and Saddle River Township. Located in Bergen County, New Jersey, Glen Rock is named for the large boulder located in a valley (or glen) at the intersection of Rock Road and Doremus Avenue. The rock, which the Lenni-Lenape Indians called “Pamackapuka” (meaning “Stone from Heaven”) is approximately 25 feet wide, 36 feet long and 20 feet high. As of the 2010 census, Glen Rock had approximately 11,600 residents.Getting to Our Office From Glen Rock
To travel to our office from Glen Rock you can take Route 208 South to the Garden State Parkway. Take the Parkway South to exit 154 for Route 46 West. Exit Route 46 at Valley Road. Once you are on Valley Road take the U-Turn on your left to head toward Montclair. Follow Valley Road until you reach Bellevue Avenue and turn right. Take a quick left into Upper Montclair Plaza. Our address is 52 Upper Montclair Plaza.
Please call us if you work in either New Jersey or New York and your company has treated you negatively based on your gender, discriminated against you for another legally prohibited reason, or otherwise violated your employment law rights. You can contact us online or call us at (973) 744-4000.