New Jersey

In the state of New Jersey, employers with 100+ employees are required to provide 60 days’ notice to:

Notice is required when:

Employers who violate the New Jersey statute may be liable for up to sixty days’ back pay and benefits.

Employers who do not provide 60 days’ notice to full-time employees in violation of this law are also required to provide severance pay equal to one week of pay for each full year of employment. This severance may be in addition to any severance pay otherwise provided by the employer.

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