Preventive Law for Employers

Unemployment

NJ Unemployment Law Amended Yet Again

On October 27, 2010,  NJ unemployment law received some administrative amendments.  Most notably, employers will no longer have their accounts charged when benefits are mistakenly paid because of a error by the Division of Unemployment and TDI.  However, since the Governor refused to sign the original bill presented, because it […]

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All about partial unemployment

In an attempt to save jobs in these tough times, some employers have been forced to reduce hours for full-time workers.  Did you know that people who work part-time may be entitled to partial  unemployment benefits?   Well, they are in New Jersey, at any rate.  Maguire v. Bd. of Review, 2007 N.J. […]

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"Misconduct" to be re-defined in NJ unemployment law

The NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development is proposing to re-define “misconduct” in unemployment law, based on a case that came down when I was still in diapers. Here’s the info, from 41 N.J.R. 3781 The Department is proposing to amend N.J.A.C. 12:17-10.2, so as to replace the existing […]

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Unemployment Benefits Extended: Obama Signs Bill – Employment Law – Law and Daily Life

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Ann Kiernan is an employment lawyer who has been practicing law in New Jersey for more than 30 years. She represents only employers and management and regularly provides management training companies big and small. Employment law is constantly changing, and Ann is familiar how these changes affect employers. To keep up-to-date and learn what issues are currently affecting businesses and employers in New Jersey, read the blog.

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