The New Jersey Business and Industry Association dedicated an entire day of panels and experts to look at the millennial exodus and the strategies to keep college-bound students learning, living and working in the state.
The recently passed International Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation Act treats mediated settlements as if they were court judgments, meaning they’re binding. That's welcome news for business owners looking to avoid drawn out legal battles.
Gov. Christie signed an agreement bringing all 19 community colleges into an expanded partnership with the state’s Career Connections network to increase those with working certificates and associates degrees or higher. But the federal budget proposal could cut funding for job creation programs.
Police and fire representatives don't agree on a bill meant to transform the retirement system. The Assembly Appropriations Committee approved a plan to transfer management of the pension fund away from the state to a separately run board of trustees.
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