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Tag Archives: sick leave

NJ’s Public Employee Donated Sick Leave Policy May Soon Become Law

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In New Jersey under an existing employment regulation, state employees can donate unused time off to a co-worker who has exhausted his/her own allotted leave bank due to a catastrophic illness or injury that has kept them from returning to work. As reported on the website, NJSpotlight.com,┬áState lawmakers want to see this longstanding policy become… Continue Reading

Bill To End Sick Leave Payouts For Public Employees Proposed By Sweeney

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  As reported by nj.com, for 14 months, Governor Chris Christie and Democratic lawmakers have been at an impasse over payouts to public workers for unused sick time when they retire, further straining the budgets of municipalities. On Tuesday, however, Senate President Stephen Sweeney introduced a measure that would end the practice for new employees and… Continue Reading

NJ Lawmakers Asks For Gov. Christie To Compromise On Sick-Leave Payouts For Public Employees

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  As reported by nj.com, the sponsor of a bill to end five and six figure sick-leave payouts for retiring public employees in New Jersey is calling on Governor Chris Christie to sign compromise legislation. Senator Paul Sarlo of Bergen County told The Associated Press the Governor is holding up the bill over a relatively… Continue Reading
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