Hundreds of privatized workers in New Jersey correctional facilities might qualify as public employees for purposes of liability under the state Law Against Discrimination, thanks to an appeals court ruling on Nov. 27.
The judges ruled that given the nature of the relationship between Angela Hoag’s employer, Correctional Medical Services, and the state Department of Corrections, a jury can hear her hostile workplace claim against the state.
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