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NJ Labor Department Implements New Regulations to Protect the Rights of Tipped Workers

TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) has announced new regulations that will ensure protections and fair wages for tipped workers. The regulations can be found here: https://www.nj.gov/labor/forms_pdfs/legal/2020/52N.J.R.1562(a).pdf The...

NJ Labor Department Issues Unemployment Guidance As Work Reopens Amid COVID-19

TRENTON — The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) has issued unemployment guidance to help New Jersey workers and business owners understand unemployment law as the state’s economy reopens amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The documen...

Sarlo-Sweeney Bill Would Reduce Red Tape for Outdoor Restaurant & Bar Service, Support Local Businesses

Trenton – To help hospitality businesses such as restaurants, bars, breweries and caterers survive the COVID shutdown and overcome ongoing financial challenges, a Senate committee today approved a bill sponsored by Senator Paul Sarlo and Senate President Steve Sweeney to redu...

Dep Commissioner McCabe reminds public on rules for visiting state parks and forests during COVID-19 outbreak

(20/P22) TRENTON – Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe today strongly reminded visitors to state parks and forests of the urgent need to follow social distancing measures to protect themselves and fellow visitors from COVID-19. “We experienced...

Treasury Issues Preliminary Update on Projected Revenue Shortfall through Fiscal Year 2021

New Jersey may be facing more than a $10 billion shortfall through the end of next fiscal year (TRENTON) – The New Jersey Department of the Treasury today issued its first projections on the potential shortfall the State of New Jersey will be facing through the end of the next...

Governor Murphy Signs Legislation to Lessen Higher Education Financial Aid Issues for Students Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today signed legislation (S2356/A3946) to provide relief for students enrolled in various state higher education financial aid programs and address the unique circumstances brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. “My Administration has made higher...

Emergency Vigil to Condemn ICE Shooting and Support Family Member of Victim Now Held at Hudson County Jail

“We refuse to let ICE terrorize us” New Jersey – New Jersey community and faith organizations are holding an emergency vigil at 10:00 AM on Sunday February 9th, 2020, in support of Gaspar Avendaño Hernandez, stepfather of ICE shooting victim, held at New Jersey’s Hudson...

NJ Labor Department Clarifies Unemployment Certifying Process

Goal is to get New Jersey claimants Paid Without Delay TRENTON – With more than 600,000 people now collecting unemployment in New Jersey, the Department of Labor is helping claimants through the process of certifying for weekly benefits so they receive payment without delay. The...

Pou Legislation Expanding Definition And Registration…

Pou Legislation Expanding Definition And Registration Requirements For Health Care Sservice Firms Becomes Law Measure Will Require Providers of Companion Services To Obtain Accreditation TRENTON – A bill sponsored by Senator Nellie Pou that would require health care service firms...
Posted On Mar 13 2015
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US Senator Bob Menendez Announce

US Senator Bob Menendez is pleased to announce his 2015 Evangelina Menendez Trailblazer Award Recipients.  Along with this year’s honorees the Senator is pleased to host Keynote Speaker US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. This year’s honorees are: Middlesex County Sheriff Mildred...
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What You Should Know

Why Steal Their Possibility? You should know that on Wednesday, March 4th, for the second time, more than 10,000 Black and Hispanic children and their parents came to the State Capital to rally in favor of charter schools so they could receive a better education. There was a sea...
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