Before you offer your neighbor’s 15-year-old a summer job, make sure you know the laws about employing minors; employers have certain obligations and restrictions that they don’t have with adults. Summer is right around the corner, and the annual search for a summer job by high schoolers will soon be underway. To make sure NJBIA […]
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—Summary— New Jersey’s Child Labor Law and the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, regulate the activities of workers under the age of 18 by limiting their daily and weekly hours, their actual hours of work, and the types of work they can perform. This document explains these restrictions and provides general guidance to employers looking […]
—Summary— Since 1911, the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation law (N.J.S.A. 34:15-1 et seq.) has provided income and benefits to workers who become sick or injured on the job. This document provides general guidance to help businesses better understand the system in terms of benefits, insurance coverage, employer requirements, and controlling costs. —Background— All 50 states, […]
—Overview— On September 19, 2012, the New Jersey Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act was enacted which made significant changes to the law governing New Jersey limited liability companies (“LLCs”). —Background— On September 19, 2012, Governor Chris Christie signed into law the New Jersey Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (the “Act”), representing the […]