Posts tagged NJ Paid Sick Leave
New Jersey Clears Up Some Unanswered Sick Leave Questions with the Publication of FAQs

As readers of this blog are aware, New Jersey's Earned Sick Leave Law became effective on October 29, 2018. We had previously written about the law, as well as the proposed regulations and the Notice of Employee Rights, which were issued by the New Jersey Department of Labor (NJDOL). 

 The NJDOL recently issued its Earned Sick Leave FAQs, which answer some previously open questions concerning the new law. Of particular note, the FAQs answer whether employers can prorate "front-loaded" grants of paid sick leave for new and part-time employees and the eligibility under the law of employees who work both within and outside of New Jersey.

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New Jersey DOL Issues Earned Sick Leave Notice of Employee Rights

Starting Monday, October 29, 2018, almost all New Jersey employers must start complying with the state's new Earned Sick Leave Law. We had previously written about the law and the proposed regulations.

 In anticipation of the law's effective date, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has issued a "Notice of Employee Rights." The Notice can be found here.

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New Jersey Issues Proposed Regulations for the State's Paid Sick Leave Law

As we previously reported, New Jersey's Paid Sick Leave Act becomes effective on October 29, 2018. In anticipation of the upcoming effective date for the new law, the New Jersey Department of Labor (NJDOL) recently released its proposed regulations concerning the Act.

 The proposed regulations answer several questions created by the statutory language of the Act. Some of the more significant ones are noted below.

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New Jersey Employers Need to Prepare for Mandatory Paid Sick Leave

Following the enactment of a sweeping Equal Pay Law, on May 2, 2018, Governor Murphy signed the Earned Sick and Safe Days Act, which mandates that employers in New Jersey provide paid sick leave to their employees. The Act takes effect on October 29, 2018 and will preempt all existing local sick leave ordinances when it takes effect.

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