New Jersey Insurance

RUTGERS STUDY: THE PAID FAMILY LEAVE OF THE UNDER-UTILIZED NJ

RUTGERS STUDY: THE PAID FAMILY LEAVE OF THE UNDER-UTILIZED NJ The Rutgers Center for Women and Work is urging the state to raise awareness of the program, streamline the application process, and make payments on time. PISCATAWAY, NJ (December 6, 2021) – As Congress Democrats debate a national paid family …

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Editorial Board: State Needs Stricter Laws To Stop Officials From Attempting Secret Court Settlements | Editorial

Legislators in various states have pushed for legislation to make these regulations public. Among them is New Jersey, whose General Assembly in 2017 passed a measure that would prevent state and local governments from entering into confidential agreements with whistleblowers. The bill has not yet become law. Former Missouri Attorney …

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AOC and GOP Cannabis Delisting Bill from Congress (Newsletter: December 3, 2021)

safe drug use sites in New York; Financial organizations want marijuana banks in the NDAA; The new Jamaican “good sense of ganja” campaign Subscribe to receive the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning of the week. It’s the best way to find out which cannabis stories are …

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Despite workforce issues, companies are still considering NJ, panelists say

(Left to Right) Colin Newman, Director, Public Policy, Amazon; Dan Lynch, vice president of state and local government affairs, United Airlines; Jose Lozano, President and CEO, Choose New Jersey. By Jim Pytell, Editor December 1, 2021 According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, October marked the tenth consecutive …

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County College of Morris Ele Officers Board of Trustees

George J. Milonas and Jeffrey M. Advokat, Esq. MORRIS COUNTY – Elected officials were Jeffrey M. Advokat, Esq. as president; George J. Milonas as vice president; Jack N. Frost, Esq. as treasurer; and Dr Barbara L. Hadzima as secretary. Devanshu L. Modi, Esq. and Cathleen M. Paugh. George E. Dredden …

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Nursing Home Workers Get Ripped Off by New Management | Editorial

If you’re wondering what kind of fearless, caring soul works in New Jersey nursing homes, consider this terrifying calculation: Our long-term care facilities still have the highest COVID rates in the country, there are still 120 active outbreaks today, and nursing homes still account for one in three COVID deaths …

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Cancer insurance market to experience excellent long-term growth by 2027 – UK Parents Lounge

Latest industrial growth study of global cancer insurance market 2021-2027. Detailed study accumulated to offer the latest information on acute characteristics of the cancer insurance market. The report contains various market forecasts related to revenue size, production, CAGR, consumption, gross margin, price, and other important factors. While emphasizing on the …

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In Memoriam – Globe of New Jersey

Richard J. McCormack, a longtime employee of the Hudson County Social Affairs Department and a member of the Jersey City County Democratic Committee, died on November 20. He was 62 years old. A former vice chairman of the Jersey City Zoning Council, McCormick was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes at age …

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Starbucks faces new crisis with reports employee may have infected customers with hepatitis A

NORTHERN TOWNSHIP BRUNSWICK, NJ, UNITED STATES – 2018/08/14: Starbucks store in North Brunswick … [+] Canton, New Jersey. (Photo by Michael Brochstein / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images) LightRocket via Getty Images Sometimes the weakest links in a company’s defense against a crisis – or those most likely …

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