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Monthly Newsletter April 2019

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Dear Valued Clients and Associates, I am very excited that the warm weather is starting to make its way into the area! My fig tree already has around 20 figs, daffodils and tulips are popping up everywhere and my chickens are so happy with all the worms and insects the rain is bringing to the surface for them. What’s more exciting than the arrival of spring? The clients we have been able to help, already this year, by creating benefit offerings that align with their goals and save them money off their bottom line! I am incredibly grateful for the opportunities I have been given so far in 2019 and to you for your support. If we haven’t had the opportunity to meet yet, let’s get a time on the calendar… Who knows, maybe we will be able to help your organization too! Give me a call or contact me now to schedule a time to discuss your organizational goals and how we will work hard to ensure you and your employees are satisfied. Here is your April 2019 Newsletter with a combination of HR and Health related news. I hope you enjoy!     Dress Code Policies – Time for Change? By: Maggie Johnson, PF Compass in-house HR Consultant In theory, a dress code policy for the workplace could simply consist of two words—Dress Appropriately! However, it seems that employers feel compelled to write policies containing long lists of what and what not to wear in the workplace. Since a vast number of companies have adopted business-casual guidelines for the workplace, isn’t it time to lighten up on rigid dress code policies? In March this year, as reported by the Washington Post (March 21, 2019), even Goldman Sachs, known for its immaculately business-clothed company representatives, officially changed its dress code policy to a “firm-wide flexible dress code.” To read more about this topic, visit our BLOG here     New Jersey Updates, Expands Family and Disability Benefits New Jersey has updated and aligned four state leave laws to work together more seamlessly, extended its paid family leave benefit to 12 weeks in a 12-month period, and increased wage replacement amounts in its paid leave programs. Many key changes...

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