I'd better remember to post this now before I get bitten and turn into a zombie and munch on your face...
On November 19, 2012, this new law will take effect in NJ, which will require employers of 50 or more employees (zombies not included) to notify their workforce about "the right to be free of gender inequity or bias in pay, compensation, benefits or other terms or conditions of employment under the 'Law Against Discrimination."
In addition to hanging a poster in a conspicuous location, employers must notify their employees in one of three ways:
The notification must contain an acknowledgement that the worker received the notification and has read and understood its terms. And, if a language, other than English, is the primary language spoken in your workplace, then the poster and notifications must be in that language.
Want a copy of the poster/handout? Me too. I suspect that you'll eventually find copies here. Fear not, the posting and distribution requirements contained in the law are not triggered until the Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development issues the form of notification.
This article was originally published on Eric B. Meyer's blog, The Employer Handbook.
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