Updated: Jun 26
September 23, 2022 | njspotlightnews.org
Gov. Phil Murphy has conditionally vetoed legislation seeking to improve working conditions for many temporary laborers in New Jersey and legislative sponsors say they are ready to work to get his recommended changes adopted.
NJ SEED: There are over 100 licensed temporary employment agencies in the state representing nearly 130,000 workers available for temporary assignment. The need for greater oversight is demonstrated by the legislation. In a time when there are many jobs to fill in NJ, it is important that there remains a pool of qualified temporary workers to help meet the demand.