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Looking Ahead to a Brighter 2021
We hope the holiday season has brought you some joy at the end of this unpredictable year. Yes, we’ve lost loved ones, social distanced, quarantined, worked from home, Zoomed, and protested. But we’ve also learned a lot and discovered new opportunities and grace.
As we look forward to a brighter 2021, I’d like to share with you three employment law issues to keep your eye on:
  1. Can employers require that their employees be vaccinated against Covid-19?
  2. How does the legalization of recreational cannabis in New Jersey affect the workplace?
  3. What is the new minimum wage in New Jersey as of January 1st?
Watch my video below for all the details. And if you have specific questions, give us a call.
Thank you for your support in 2020. Wishing you a happy, safe and Covid-free New Year!
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Three new employment law issues that will affect all business owners in 2021
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