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Posts Tagged "New Jersey"

10 Safe Work Habits

  When it comes to on-the-job safety you need to think about how as well as what you’re doing. How to do a job safely involves 10 essential behaviors: 1. Identify hazards before you begin. Consider the work area and the materials, tools, and equipment you need to use. 2. Wear assigned personal protective equipment. […]

Federal Market Place Open Until February 15th, 2015

The federal marketplace is now officially open.From now until February 15th 2015 , Healthcare.Gov  is having their open enrollment for the 2015 plan year. If you are considering applying for individual or family coverage, please visit the offical website to look over your plan options. Remember the deadline is fast approaching so dont miss out […]

Visions Federal Credit Union Seminar

Visions Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce a free seminar event called “How to Survive and Win the College Admissions Process”. The seminar is being held on  Wednesday, October 22, 2014, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm at Visions Oakland branch office located at 3 Post Road, Oakland NJ.  Light refreshments will be served and all […]

18 States Will Delay Employer Choice for Federally-Facilitated SHOPs Until 2016

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has released a list of states with a federally-facilitated SHOP (Small Business Health Options Program) which will not be implementing the “employer choice” feature in 2015. “Employer choice” provides employers the option to offer employees a choice of any qualified health plan at a single metal level. […]

New Jersey Increases Weekly State Benefits for 2012

New Jerseyhas announced the maximum weekly benefit rates for workers’ compensation, unemployment and disability for 2012.  The disability rate went down slightly last year, but all have gone up roughly 2% this year. Beginning January 1, 2012, the maximum weekly unemployment insurance benefit increased from $598 to $611.  The worker’s compensation benefit has gone up […]

New Jersey Introduces Required Recordkeeping Workplace Poster

The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has adopted new rules that require employers to conspicuously post a new notice of the employer’s obligation to maintain and report certain employment-related records. The must be posted in a conspicuous place immediately. Detailed information about employers’ obligations to maintain and report records under each of […]

$230 Cap Update: What You Need to Do

Please see below for an important notice from TransitChek: “Dear Valued TransitChek® Customer, On September 15th we sent you a communication about the impending reduction of the current pretax transit benefit cap from its current level of $230 per month to its previous level of $120 per month if Congress does not act before December […]

New Jersey State Senate Considers Small Business Loan Bill

The New Jersey State Senate is considering a bill that would grant loans OF UP TO $250,000 to small businesses, provided they increase their workforce by 10%, or one employee.  The program would be administered by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA).  In order to qualify, companies must have less than 100 employees, have […]

Important Information Regarding PATH Fare Increase

Please see below for important information from TransitChek: “As your commuter benefits provider, we want to remind you of an upcoming fare change that will affect commuting costs for some of your employees. New fares for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PATH) will go into effect on September 18, 2011. Below […]

New Jersey Governor Allows Medical Marijuana Law to Move Forward

Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey is allowing the state to implement its medical marijuana law, putting aside his concerns about possible federal prosecution. In June, Gov. Christie said he wanted a blanket assurance from the U.S. Justice Department that it wouldn’t prosecute state-sanctioned marijuana programs before proceeding.  This past spring, State Attorney General Paula […]