The State of New Jersey, Division on Civil Rights (DCR) is responsible for enforcing the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, which makes it illegal to discriminate in employment, contracting, housing, and places of public accommodation, as well as violations of the New Jersey Family Leave Act, which provides job-protected time off for employees when they need to care for family members in certain situations. File a Complaint – New Jersey Office of Attorney General (njoag.gov)
Division on Civil Rights | Main Menu – New Jersey Office of Attorney General (njoag.gov)
For general inquires for DCR: contact 1-833-NJDCR4U (833-653-2748), call the Relay Service at 711, or email NJDCR4U@njcivilrights.gov to ensure your inquiry is directed to the correct office.
NOTE: Contact the EEOC immediately if you suspect discrimination. You may be wrong, but you will preserve your right to sue if you are not.
.—Beverly A. Williams – Of Counsel – Herbert Law Group, LLC