New Jersey car and truck owners have had to keep track of many vehicle recalls in recent years. The latest recall notice concerning brake defects from General Motors applies to 2018 and 2019 models of Chevrolet Impala, Equinox, Malibu, Volt, Bolt, and Cruze. Additionally, owners of Buick Regal, LaCrosse, and XTS models as well as the GMC Terrain must get their brakes fixed.
Discovering that your employer is engaging in an illegal or unsafe practice can be frightening. You may worry about the repercussions of coming forward. However, you understand that it is your duty as an employee and also as a citizen to speak out when someone is knowingly endangering others or discriminating against them.
More than 50 years have passed since the Age Discrimination in Employment Act became law. Unfortunately, even with the passage of the bill, age discrimination is still quite prevalent in New Jersey and around the country. Fortunately, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has placed age discrimination at the forefront of their mission to ensure fair employment practices. Experts in the field recommend that older workers who are currently in the workforce or are looking for employment adhere to the following practices to avoid possible discrimination.