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The Prevailing Wage Act states that all contractors in NJ must provide union scale wages for covered work on public works projects.  If you are a contractor or subcontractor participating in public works projects, you need to understand prevailing wage law to ensure project profitability and lawful performance of the […]

In an instructive case for New Jersey employers and employees, the Appellate Division in the matter of ADP, LLC v. Kusins, A-664-16T1, recently clarified the standards regarding the use of Restrictive Covenants in employer and employee relationships. The Appellate Division ultimately found that while the restrictive covenants in question were […]

On May 2, 2018, Gov. Murphy signed into law the New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act, which will take effect on October 29, 2018. The ramifications are sweeping and are sure to have a substantial impact on the healthcare community.  All healthcare facilities (assisted living, skilled nursing, independent living) must […]

Regulation of languages in an increasingly multicultural workplace remains a sensitive and challenging issue for healthcare providers in 2018. As the modern workforce in the United States becomes increasingly culturally diverse, an increasing proportion of employees in the healthcare field speak in languages other than English, particularly in senior living […]

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