On May 2, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy made the Garden State the tenth in the nation to enact a paid sick leave (PSL) law and also canceled 13 municipal PSL laws within the state.
With a new Democratic Governor who supports a paid sick leave law (PSL) and solid Democratic majorities in both legislative chambers, New Jersey is poised to become the tenth state to enact a paid sick leave law.
Thanks to our colleague Luke P. Breslin for this post. The New Jersey Assembly is considering a bill that would put the kibosh on local government efforts to require private … Read More
The Connecticut Paid Sick Leave Law has been tweaked in three respects: (1) to allow employers to determine the 50-employee applicability threshold in the same manner as under the state’s … Read More
The City of Newark Department of Child and Family Well-Being has published answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding the City’s new Paid Sick Time Ordinance. Original indications were that … Read More
New Jersey and Philadelphia have enacted new laws to protect employees from discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth and related conditions. Both laws amend existing laws prohibiting discrimination for other causes … Read More
On May 2, 2008, New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine signed an historic family leave insurance bill, propelling New Jersey to become only the third state in the nation to … Read More