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December 2017

NJSA Board of Directors and Staff wish all our members and their staff a healthy, happy and successful 2018. We also thank all our industry partner sponsors for their support of the Alliance's events and member benefits.
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Start the Year Right by Attending the 2018 Law Day VII on February 15

2018 is a key year in New Jersey with the election of a new governor and changes in the legislature leadership. At the national, state, and local levels, there will be changes in tax regulations and, additionally, there are workplace issues that impact your ability to stay focused and maintain a healthy working environment such as sexual harassment, salary compensation, and drug and substance abuse laws. This is an opportunity to start the New Year on top of your operational game plan and not behind the eight ball. Click here to Register Today! 

Talent Analytics, AI and Wage Pressure on Randstad US List of Workplace Trends for 2018

Talent analytics will become more sophisticated, artificial intelligence will advance and the talent shortage will outpace wage stagnation, according to an analysis by Randstad US on hiring and workplace trends for the next year. Learn more...

Social Media Mistakes Your Recruitment Business Is Making

Are you scratching your head, wondering why you're failing to generate more new client leads from social media? Or perhaps you're concerned that the flow of candidates you expected from social media just isn't materializing? Read more...

Battle Stations!

The IRS is reportedly now in the process of sending out Letter 226J notices to employers who they believe incurred employer mandate penalties for 2015. We posted an earlier blog about the overall process - here, let's discuss a battle plan for dealing with the situation if you get notified of a penalty assessment.

First, what's the strategy for dealing with a 226J? Read more...

Nearly Three in Four Employers Affected by a Bad Hire, According to a Recent CareerBuilder Survey

-        The average cost of one bad hire is nearly $15,000; average cost of losing a good hire is nearly $30,000
-        Two in three workers say they have accepted a job and later realized it was a bad fit, half of these workers have quit within six months

7 5 percent of workers say they're loyal to their current employer, much less (54 percent) say they feel their company is loyal to them. Learn more...

US Payrolls Prow by 228,000 Jobs in November

The U.S. economy added 228,000 nonfarm jobs as the unemployment rate stayed at 4.1 percent in November, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. The rate of joblessness was 4.2 percent in September and 4.4 percent in August. Read more...

2018 Calendar of Events

February 15, 2018 Law Day VII
Eisenhower Conference Center, Livingston, NJ