What Splitting the Difference Means for your Safety

This article was published in the NJ A.B.A.T.E. Quarterly Newsletter about Motorcycle Safety.

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Where Does Drug Testing Stand with New Jersey's New Cannabis Laws?

Employers likely have a number of questions surrounding the retail sale of recreational cannabis to begin in New Jersey, April 21, and how it affects their current hiring and firing practices.

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SCOTUS's Most Recent Ruling on COVID-19 Vaccination Mandates

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled yesterday on whether the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Emergency Temporary Standard (OSHA ETS) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Interim Final Rule (CMS IFR) could move forward as part of President Biden's American Rescue Plan.

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Omicron, the OSHA ETS/CMS IFR, and Updated CDC Guidelines

Various municipalities in New Jersey, such as Newark, Paterson, and Hoboken, re-instituted mask mandates for government buildings and require proof of vaccination for certain types of businesses.

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Minimum Wage Increase Begins on January 1, 2022

Beginning Saturday, January 1, 2022, the statewide minimum wage will increase by $1.00 to a total of $13.00 an hour for most hourly workers.

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Update to COVID-19 Vaccination OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard and CMS Initial Final Rule

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Public Health Officials and Medical Experts Expect Booster Shots for COVID in the Fall

After various data has been released from both the Moderna and Pfizer, it has been concluded that it will be beneficial to receive a booster shot to increase protection against COVID-19.

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Employer Vaccination Policy

With the growing discussion on vaccinations in the workplace, there are key points that should be included in the policy, whether the organization is mandating vaccines or encouraging employees to get them.

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U.S. Government Launches One-Stop Ransomware Resource

On Thursday, July 15th 2021, the United States Government announced the launch of which provides resources to protect American businesses and communities from the ongoing response to ransomware attacks.

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New Jersey Supreme Court Upholds Disclosing Names of Officers Guilty of Major Discipline

This edict was upheld by the New Jersey State Supreme Court which reviewed the directive issued by the New Jersey State Attorney General, Gurbir Grewal, mandating the disclosures.

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