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In December, I warned you that New Jersey’s Mini-WARN Act might get that employee-friendly overhaul sooner than you think.
That prediction has borne fruit. (Especially for NJ employee-rights class action lawyers.)
On Tuesday, NJ Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation to amend the effective date of the changes to NJ’s mini-WARN amendments. Originally, NJ planned to delay the effective date of the amendment until 90 days after Governor Murphy terminated his stay-at-home executive order. Now the amendments will take effect in 90 days from January 10, 2023, which is April 10, 2023.
This SHRM article summarizes the changes: