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ATT NJ EMPLOYERS: GOVERNOR MURPHY SIGNS NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER REQUIRING HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR ALL NEW JERSEY WORKPLACES

Yesterday, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order (EO) No. 192, which provides mandatory health and safety standards to protect all of New Jersey’s workers during the pandemic. A …

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ATTENTION NYC EMPLOYERS: Amendments to NYC Earned Safe/ Sick Leave Law in Effect

As we highlighted earlier this week, Governor Cuomo has enacted a statewide sick leave law allowing most New York employees to accrue up to 40 …

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REMINDER FOR NEW YORK EMPLOYERS: NEW YORK STATE SICK LEAVE LAW IS EFFECTIVE TODAY

On April 3, 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Enacted Budget for fiscal year 2021, which included a statewide sick leave law. Employees start accruing …

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ATT NJ EMPLOYERS: UNDER NEW LAW, “ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEES” WHO TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID ARE PRESUMED TO HAVE CONTRACTED IT AT WORK

On September 14, 2020, Governor Murphy signed a new law determining that “essential employees” who test positive for COVID-19 are presumed to have contracted the …

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DOL Revises and Reaffirms Portions of Its Final Rule on FFCRA in Response to New York v. Scalia

On September 11, 2020, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced that it had revised its Final Rule on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) …

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NEW FAQs ISSUED BY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR: FFCRA AND SCHOOL CLOSINGS

With summer rapidly winding down and many children not returning to school full-time (at least not in person), this creates tremendous challenges for families as …

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