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The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Division of Accounts (NJDOL) will not pursue an appeal of a decision allowing court reporters to be recognized as independent contractors, definitively concluding a circuitous legal battle that has lasted more than a decade. In early March, the window closed to […]

For years, worker classification has been a hotly debated topic in New Jersey’s legislature and judicial system, particularly concerning the distinction between employees and independent contractors. Among those targeted have been court reporting professionals and their agencies, who collectively have been subject to a perplexing fifteen-year saga initiated by the […]

At the height of the COVID pandemic, the use of travel nurses became increasingly popular at healthcare facilities, including nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. Employed by staffing agencies rather than the facility itself, travel nurses were earning up to $10,000 per week during the pandemic compared to the typical weekly […]

After a long hold, several substantial changes will soon come into effect for businesses conducting layoffs in New Jersey. On January 10, 2023, Governor Phil Murphy signed Assembly Bill No. 4768 into law, which amended the state’s “mini-WARN” act, officially titled the Millville Dallas Airmotive Plant Job Loss Notification Act […]

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