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ATTENTION NEW JERSEY EMPLOYERS: AMENDMENTS TO NEW JERSEY’S WARN ACT MAY NOT BE IN EFFECT AS SOON AS ANTICIPATED…HERE IS AN UPDATE!

As discussed in prior alerts issued by our firm (HERE and HERE), New Jersey enacted legislation amending the New Jersey Warn Act (officially known as the Millville …

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FEDERAL STIMULUS PACKAGE EXTENDS PPP, UNEMPLOYMENT and FFCRA TAX CREDITS

On December 27, 2020, about one week after Congress approved the new legislation, the President signed into law the long-awaited coronavirus relief and spending package. …

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ATTENTION: ALL EMPLOYERS – CAN EMPLOYERS REQUIRE ITS EMPLOYEES TO GET A COVID-19 VACCINE? Yes, says the EEOC (with important exceptions)

On the heels of the first COVID-19 vaccines’ approval by the Federal and Drug Administration, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) updated its previously …

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California Employers: 2021 is Almost Here! You Are Ready to Ring Out the Old But Are You Ready to Ring in the New?

The California legislature and State and Federal agencies have been busy this year creating new policies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, racial justice inequities, …

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ATT EMPLOYERS: NEW FAQS ISSUED ON NY STATE PAID SICK LEAVE

On September 30, 2020, employees began accruing leave under New York State’s new Paid Sick Leave law (“PSL”) which may be taken for covered uses …

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DESPITE COVID-19, EMPLOYMENT LAW TRAININGS STILL REQUIRED IN NY/CA; NJ LEGISLATURE CONSIDERING MANDATORY TRAINING

Although much of the workforce may be remote during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, neither New York State, New York City, nor California has postponed their …

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