Flaster Greenberg shareholder Adam Gersh was interviewed by radio station NJ 101.5 FM this month in response to the new sick leave laws signed by Governor Phil Murphy.
The New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act, which was signed in May but officially launches on October 29, grants workers — even part-timers — one hour of leave for every 30 hours worked. Workers can earn up to 40 hours in one year, and employers, depending on their paid-time-off method, must offer payment for unused time or allow unused time to be carried over to the next year. New Jersey is one of 10 states across the country mandating that employers provide their workers with paid sick leave.
Gersh's interview with NJ 101.5 FM aired on the station on October 9th. He was also quoted in an article on the station’s web site. Click here to read the article.