Fw: A Look Ahead: Labor Law Issues Likely to Affect Your Business in 2020

 
From: "Andrea Levandowski alevandowski@PROTECTED [NJLibsGrowBiz]" <NJLibsGrowBiz@PROTECTED>
Subject: Fw: A Look Ahead: Labor Law Issues Likely to Affect Your Business in 2020
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Date: December 3rd 2019

FYI for you and your patrons.


Best,

Andrea


Andrea Simzak Levandowski (she, her, hers)

Library Consultant
Small Business Development & Technology
New Jersey State Library
P.O. Box 520
Trenton, NJ 08625
(609) 278-2640 x190
alevandowski@PROTECTED



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Sent: Monday, December 2, 2019 12:00 PM
To: Andrea Levandowski
Subject: A Look Ahead: Labor Law Issues Likely to Affect Your Business in 2020
 

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