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New Jersey’s new paid employee sick leave applies to medical treatment of an employee or family member and may affect business owners.

New Jersey Sick Leave Goes into Effect

   

As NJ initiates paid sick leave, The Bottom Line examines the requirements for business owners, the five reasons for which employees can use sick leave, and what business owners should be doing now to ensure a smooth implementation.


Transcript

Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to The Bottom Line. This podcast examines the everyday business and finance issues faced by closely held and private businesses. We hope to provide you with news you can use in what we like to think of as a jargon-free zone. I'm your host, Dave Plaskow, and with us as Tim Schuster, a Manager in EisnerAmper Private Business Services Group. Today we'll discuss the new paid sick leave act that's going into effect in New Jersey. Tim, hello.
Tim Schuster: Dave. It's great to see you.


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