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Articles in this issue include:
Threshold for Prevailing Wage Work for New Jersey Municipalities to Increase July 1, 2014
New Jersey Resolution Seeks to Give Public Employees the Right to Collective Bargaining
Act Would Require Public Contractors to Report Employment Information for All Employees Working on Public Contracts in New Jersey
New Jersey Senate Passes Unfair Wage Recovery Act
New Jersey Bill Seeks to Increase Minimum Wage for Tipped Employees
New Jersey Bill Seeks to Permit Additional Withholdings and Deductions From Employee Wages
County Employee Injured While Walking From Parking Facility to Work Ineligible for Workers’ Compensation Benefits, New Jersey Supreme Court Holds
CEPA Protection for “Watchdog” Employees? New Jersey Supreme Court to Decide
Third Circuit Articulates Theories of Successor Liability Under FLSA