As the state moves into Phase 2 of reopening, businesses need to have policies and procedures in place to protect themselves from liability. NJBIA’s Legal Resources provider Connell Foley is making available The Re-Opening Handbook: A Guide to COVID-19 Workplace Policies and Procedures to help guide member companies on the best way to reopen. “Connell Foley’s Labor […]
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Owners of Jersey shore accommodations are seeing signs of a rebound after the coronavirus pandemic sent a wave of cancellations their way this winter, but regardless of how busy the season is, this summer at the beach will be different. Expect certain amenities to be off limits, later check-in times, and lots of reminders about […]
NJBIA President & CEO Michele Siekerka issued the following statement Monday after Gov. Phil Murphy’s announcement of the scheduled reopening dates for more nonessential New Jersey businesses. “Today’s announcement by Governor Murphy in setting more specific dates for the reopening of additional businesses, with guidance to follow, is providing more of the certainty and predictability […]
Responsible, short-term borrowing may be appropriate to assist in needed revenue collections and to avoid painful tax increases to balance New Jersey’s FY2021 budget, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association testified today. However, NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Christopher Emigholz cautioned the Assembly Budget Committee that the authorization of $5 billion in borrowing […]
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued an alert listing steps employers can follow to implement social distancing in the workplace and to help protect workers from exposure to the coronavirus. Safety measures employers can implement include: Isolate any worker who begins to exhibit symptoms until they can either […]