RED BANK, NJ: After spending years solving employee problems in the public sector, The Law Office of Jennifer Meyer-Mahoney is now assisting businesses in preventing and solving issues with employees.
With over 26 years of advising managers on labor and employment law issues, Jennifer began her career with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General as a Deputy Attorney General. She then joined the New Jersey Department of Corrections as in-house labor and employment counsel before finishing her career in state government with the New Jersey State Parole Board.
Meyer-Mahoney has spent countless hours helping managers navigate difficult human resources issues like dealing with difficult employees, accommodating disabilities and religious practices, figuring out leaves of absence for maternity, illness and injury, and complaints of harassment, discrimination, bullying, and violence in the workplace.
“The focus of my practice is on small and medium-sized businesses which need assistance with employee issues as much or more than large businesses but often don’t have the resources that big corporations have,” said Meyer-Mahoney.
New Jersey businesses have been hit with numerous new regulations including compensation of employees for sick time, changes in the minimum wage, the equal pay act, changes to the penalties and statute of limitations in the wage theft law and potential changes to the definition of independent contractor. These and the other myriad of regulations will significantly impact both large and small businesses throughout New Jersey.
You need to get out in front of these regulations.
Take a proactive approach by calling the law offices Jennifer Meyer-Mahoney who will review your operations to ensure that your business meets the State’s guidelines now and in the future.
Don’t wait until you find out that you have an employment issue.
Call Jennifer to schedule an appointment, telephone 732-740-3833, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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