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Employer Posting Requirements Under New Jersey Law

With the start of 2009, New Jersey employers may find it useful to review the notification requirements relating to employees’ workplace rights and responsibilities under both state and federal law.

Employers are mandated under both New Jersey and federal law to display official posters informing employees of the law relating to their rights and responsibilities. An employer who fails to comply with these requirements may face monetary fines or other penalties. Generally, to comply with these regulations, an employer must post the most recent version of the posters in locations visible to all employees and applicants for employment. Employers should display these notices in areas accessible to all employees, such as a lunchroom, break-room or human resources office. New Jersey also requires that certain of the notices be distributed to employees. This article serves as a reminder and summary of New Jersey’s notification requirements applicable to most employers.

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Robert J. Galvin, a member of Davis Malm’s Land Use and Real Estate Group, served on a panel titled “Condominium & Homeowner Associations.” Sponsored by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., the program took place in Boston on February 10 and in Burlington on March 3. The program focused on proposed changes to Chapter 183A, the Massachusetts condominium law, issues regarding mixed-use condominiums, recent court cases involving condominiums, and common interest communities not formed under the condominium law.

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What type of lawyer are you?

In this occasion, rather than present you with any articles or news from the legal environment in the Dominican Republic, I´ll take this opportunity to learn your thoughts on these simple but tricky questions….. trying to relax a little!

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