Mr. Corradino has extensive experience representing employers in public and private sector employment related litigation, collective bargaining negotiations, representation cases, arbitrations and National Labor Relations Board matters. Mr. Corradino is a frequent speaker on human resource and legal topics, including Wage and Hour; Corrective Bargaining; Maintaining Union-free Status through Positive Employee Relations; State and Federal EEO Law; Sexual Harassment; Coping with the FLSA, FMLA, Americans with Disabilities Act, Drug and Alcohol Testing.
In his daily practice, Mr. Corradino specializes in traditional labor law. In that role, he has acted as the chief spokesperson in hundreds of collective bargaining relationships. He has advised employers on the workplace issues raised by numerous complex business mergers, sales, closings, relocations, and maintaining union free status. He is an experienced practitioner before the National Labor Relations Board. Mr. Corradino also has developed a specialty in handling the complex issues that arise when classifying workers as independent contractors under federal and numerous state laws.
Mr. Corradino’s daily practice also includes counseling legal and human resource personnel on virtually every employment related issue including managing employee performance, wage payment, and managing employees that cannot work.
• Leveling the Playing Field: What New Jersey Charter Schools Need to Know about Union Organizing
In the News
July 10, 2018
New Jersey Business & Industry Association
Jeffrey Corradino Discusses the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Mandate
Jeffrey Corradino discusses what employers need to know about New Jersey's paid sick leave mandate in Three Unanswered Questions about NJ’s Paid Sick Leave Law, published by New Jersey Business & Industry Association. Subscription may be required to view article
January 17, 2017
Employer Violates FMLA for Failure to Provide Calculation of When Leave Expires, Court Rules
In a case reminding employers of their obligation to notify employees about their Family and Medical Leave Act rights, the District Court of New Jersey has ruled that an employer violated the FMLA when it terminated an employee without providing her notice that her modified return-to-work date exceeded her available leave. Ross v. Youth...
April 29, 2016
Jersey City Proposes Groundbreaking Minimum Workweek Ordinance
The City of Jersey City, New Jersey, recognizing that building service employees compose “a significant portion” of those who work in the City, is considering an ordinance to establish a minimum 30-hour workweek for them. The measure, launched by City Council President Rolando Lavarro, Jr., and backed by Mayor Steve Fulop,...
Wage and Hour
New Jersey Becomes Latest State to Enact a $15 Minimum Wage Law
February 5, 2019
With its governor’s signature yesterday, New Jersey became the latest - and the third largest - state to pass a $15.00 per hour minimum wage bill. The only states with larger populations than New Jersey passing such $15 minimum wage bills are California and New York, which enacted similar laws in 2016 and 2017, respectively.
By Jeffrey J. Corradino, James M. McDonnell and David G. Islinge
Professional Associations and Activities
•National Labor Relations Board, Region 22 Practice and Procedure Committee
•New Jersey Business and Industry Association, Legislative and Human Resource Committees
•New Jersey State Bar Association