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Articles in this issue:
New Jersey Pregnancy Bill Sent to Governor Christie
Jersey City Issues Sick Leave Ordinance Posters4
New Jersey Gender Equity Notice Now Available in Spanish, and with Draft Acknowledgment
Time to Update Your New Jersey Wage and Hour, Payment of Wages Posters
Bill Introduced to Ban Discrimination in Employment in New Jersey on the Basis of Familial Status
New Jersey Legislators Reintroduce Bill Seeking to Prohibit Workplace Bullying
Bill Introduced to Bar New Jersey Public Entities from Entering Into Confidential Settlement Agreements
Bill Introduced to Extend New Jersey Employment Discrimination Protections to Unpaid Interns
Bill Would Provide New Jersey Employee Leasing Companies with Choice for Unemployment Insurance Taxes
Proposed Amendments to New Jersey Wage Payment Law Would Permit Payment by Debit Cards
New Jersey Supreme Court to Revisit Employer Liability for Sexual Harassment by Supervisors
New Jersey Appellate Division Holds Age Discrimination Plaintiff Need Not Show She Was Replaced or Her Employer Sought a Replacement