Employment law specialist Elizabeth Zuckerman offers a class titled “Know Your Rights as an Employee” through the Princeton Adult School.
If you’re a businessperson who wants to perfect your pitch to investors, there’s an event coming up at the Princeton Mercer Chamber of Commerce tailor-made for you.
New Jersey's economy is on the brink. Our property taxes and health insurance costs are the highest in the nation, the sales tax was increased just last year, and...
Stark and Stark attorney Robert F. Morris will lead two free workshops on significant changes to the rules governing IRAs.
Harriet Stein speaks on “Mind Full or Mindful? Decluttering the Busy Leader’s Mind” at a dinner meeting of the Human Resources Management Association on Monday, December 9.
Think back to elementary school. Some of your best work might not have been completed at your desk. Maybe you thought best while on the playground, or sitting in...
Rachel Wainer Apter, director of the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, is the state official most directly responsible for fighting hate crimes.
Affordable housing is in short supply in New Jersey. And affordable housing that’s accessible for seniors is even harder to find.
Imagine going to the mailbox and finding a letter that someone wrote out of the blue telling you how much they appreciate you and why. How would you react?
A bill making its way through the state legislature has the potential to greatly alter who is considered a freelance worker in New Jersey.