New Jersey Employers Must Display Two Updated Posters

The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development ("Department") recently updated two of the posters that employers must conspicuously display in the workplace. The first updated poster—the New Jersey State Wage and Hour Law Abstract—reflects the increase in the state minimum wage to $8.25 per hour. The second updated poster concerning Unemployment and Disability Insurance contains a few minor changes in wording and a new telephone number for requesting copies of the poster in braille or large print. New Jersey employers should promptly post these updated posters. A complete package of the Department's employment posters is available on its website.

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