On January 16, 2010, then-Governor Jon Corzine signed a new law (P.L.2009, c.249) extending the prevailing wage requirements to “any work on a maintenance-related project that exceeds the scope of work and capabilities of in-house maintenance personnel, requires the solicitation of bids, and has an aggregate value exceeding $50,000.” As reported in the January 2010 issue of the New Jersey eAuthority, this law is designed to apply to substantial maintenance projects which are beyond the capacity of in-house maintenance staff, requiring the bidding out of work.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) revisited the treatment of prescription drug manufacturer coupons in a proposed rule, published on February 6, 2020, that could be welcome news for employers that have been struggling to interpret conflicting guidance concerning these coupons.
On October 3, 2018, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) released on its website the required notice that must be posted and distributed to all New Jersey employees under the New Jersey paid sick leave law.
Best Practices in Employee Engagement: Interview of TIAA-CREF’s Head of Organizational Effectiveness
TIAA-CREF, a financial services company with over $500 billion in assets under management, has made employee engagement a priority. Its Head of Organizational Effectiveness, Josh Greenwald, agreed to share what his company does to create engaged workplace relationships. JATHAN JANOVE: How do you define “employee engagement”? JOSH GREENWALD: Engaged employees are motivated,…..