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Articles in this issue:
New Jersey Minimum Wage Increase Bill Advances to Governor’s Desk
Social Networking Privacy Bill Appears Ready to Reach New Jersey Governor’s Desk
Update Regarding New Jersey Pay Equality Notice Law
Reminder: Annual CEPA Notice for Employers with 10 or More Employees Must Be Distributed
New Jersey Assembly Passes Bill Amending Unemployment Insurance Benefits Disqualification Standards
Bill Proposed to Amend NJLAD to Prohibit Healthcare Benefit Discrimination
Bill Introduced to Allow Alternate Workers’ Compensation Programs Through Collective Bargaining
New Jersey Assembly and Senate Amend Domestic Violence Leave Bills
Bill Introduced to Establish Two-Year Statute of Limitations for Most New Jersey Civil Actions
Bill Introduced to Allow New Jersey Employees Access to Their Personnel Records
New Jersey Assembly Introduces Bill to Require Bi-Annual Notice Regarding Temporary Disability Leave Benefits
New Jersey Assembly Amends “New Jersey Employer Identity Disclosure Act”
Employee Terminated After Failing Random, Post-Treatment Alcohol Test States Discrimination Claim, New Jersey Appellate Division Holds
Denial of Access to Donated Sick Leave Program is Not a Failure to Accommodate, New Jersey Appellate Division Holds
No Negligent Hiring for Sexual Assault Where Employee’s Prior Misconduct Was Improper But Not Sexual in Nature, New Jersey District Court Holds