The Retirement Landscape in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut Is Changing: What Businesses Should Know
As an employer in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut, here are tips for understanding how state-sponsored retirement plans work and if they're the right solution for your business and employees.
Providing workers with time off from work to care for themselves and family members during times of illness was a high priority for many of the state legislatures before the advent of the coronavirus.
New Jersey lawmakers voted earlier this year to require certain employers to provide severance pay to staff after mass layoffs or plant closings. The law is now getting pushed back due to COVID-19.
New Jersey now provides a more expansive family leave law for businesses with 30 or more employees. Read about the impact on paid and unpaid family leave.
If an employee gets sick after using all of their Paid Time Off (PTO) for the year, am I obligated to grant them additional paid time for sick leave?
Are you required to give your staff members additional paid time off if they become sick but already used all of their PTO for the year? Find out here.