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NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR ISSUES IMPORTANT NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER

On April 8, 2020, Governor Philip D. Murphy signed Executive Order 122, ceasing all non-essential construction projects and imposing additional mitigation requirements on essential retail …

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NJ DOL ISSUES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON UNEMPLOYMENT AND OTHER BENEFITS AVAILABLE UNDER NJ AND FEDERAL LAWS

We have received many questions from clients about the details of unemployment benefits and their interaction with other benefits, such as New Jersey Earned Sick …

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ATTN: NY EMPLOYERS –  DOL ISSUES FAQs ON COVID-19 RELATED SICK PAY AND UNEMPLOYMENT

As a follow up to NFC’s recent e-Alert titled “New York Guarantees Sick Pay for Employees Quarantined as a Result of COVID-19”, which is accessible HERE , the New …

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THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR HAS PUBLISHED REGULATIONS FOR THE FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT

While continuing to issue FAQs on the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (“FFCRA”), which went into effect on April 1st, the Department of Labor finally …

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IRS ISSUES FAQs ON RECEIVING TAX CREDITS FOR FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT (FFCRA)

The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) issued extensive FAQs explaining how companies can receive tax credits for payments made under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act …

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ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLE NAVIGATING THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN THE NEW FEDERAL AND STATE COVID-19 BENEFITS?

You are not alone! The landscape of what benefits may be available to employees in COVID related situations is constantly changing, especially in light of the …

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