Since 2018, under Governor Phil Murphy’s Administration, New Jersey has been actively expanding its existing employment laws and enacting new ones. The constantly evolving and changing landscape of employment laws presents potential difficulties and risks for New Jersey employers who must comply with an increasingly complex human resources compliance environment. We have written about many of these changes, which include, the following:Read More
On February 4, 2019, Governor Murphy signed into law a minimum wage increase that will increase New Jersey's minimum wage for most workers from $8.85 to $15 per hour by 2024. The $15 per hour minimum wage will be phased in according to the following schedule:
Effective Date New Minimum Wage
July 1, 2019: $10 per hourRead More
As we approach the end of the year, business owners need to remain mindful of upcoming changes in employment laws and their year-end human resources compliance obligations.Read More
As we enter the Holiday Season, business owners need to remain mindful of upcoming changes in employment laws and the year-end human resources compliance obligations that might effect their businesses.
Minimum Wage Increases
The minimum wage in both New York and New Jersey is set to increase shortly.Read More