New Jersey Unemployment Law changes

Under New Jersey’s Unemployment Compensation Law, employers have long been obligated to provide separating employees with a Form BC-10 which includes instructions for claiming unemployment benefits, and to provide a reason for the employee’s termination when requested by the NJ Division of Unemployment and Temporary Disability Insurance (the “Division”).  Because...

New Jersey Unemployment Law changes

We are waiting on more clarification from the department of labor and will keep you updated as we learn more.New Jersey’s Unemployment Compensation Law (“NJ UCL”) has long required employers to inform newly separated employees about the process for filing an unemployment insurance claim with the Division of Unemployment and...

June Newsletter

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New Executive Order for NJ Employers

Governor Murphy signed a new executive order for employers that begins November 6th. TRENTON – Building on ongoing efforts to safeguard New Jersey’s frontline workforce, Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 192, providing mandatory health and safety standards to protect all New Jersey’s workers at work during the pandemic....