The New Jersey State Assembly concurred with Governor Pat Murphy's recommendations contained in his conditional veto of the temporary workers’ bill of rights bill. A1474 . The revised legislation was passed by the Assembly in a 41-20-3 vote. It was received in the NJ Senate and listed for a 2nd reading and concurrence.
The legislation will strengthen notice requirements provided to workers concerning workers’ compensation coverage. It also requires registration and proof of workers’ compensation insurance coverage for temporary health service firms.
Recommended Citation: Gelman, Jon L., Temporary Bill of Rights Passed by NJ Assembly , Workers' Compensation Blog, Oct. 5, 2022),
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