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Alex Lee Quoted in NJ.com Article, “My Company Reopened. Can I Collect Unemployment If I refuse To Go Back?”

May 11, 2020

As published in NJ.com, May 10, 2020
By Karin Price Mueller

 

When Gov. Phil Murphy shared his plans to reopen the state, New Jersey workers wondered what it would mean for their jobs.

While essential workers have been on the job throughout the coronavirus crisis, non-essential businesses have been closed. Some have had employees working at home, while others used furloughs and layoffs.

So if your boss calls and says it’s time to come back to work, what happens if you don’t want to go?

 

 

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