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  2. Nj State Employee Email Access , Jobs EcityWorks

    Employee Self Service is a convenient, secure and user-friendly resource accessible through the State of New Jersey web portal ( myNewJersey ). Available to all State of New Jersey employees, Employee Self Service provides access to employee payroll documents and tools for managing personal information.

  3. State of New Jersey

    Trenton, NJ 08625-0088 : Office of Bias Crimes and Community Relations Web site 3131 Princeon Pike PO Box 085 Trenton, NJ 08625 : Division of State Police Web site P.O. Box 7068 West Trenton, NJ 08628-7068

  4. User Login -

    User Manual: User Login: Password: Not registered? Forgot your Login ID or Password? Copyright © State of New Jersey Civil Service Commission

  5. The Official Web Site for The State of New Jersey. Show Alerts. COVID-19 is still active. Wear a mask. Social distance. Stay up to date on vaccine information. Visit: Text: NJCOVID to 898-211. ·.

  6. Employer Verification Form -

    You can also receive email reminders for application milestones and renewal periods. You must link a myNewJersey account to the Employer Access system to view your information. This is a simple, one-time process. Your myNewJersey account lets you access many different state services and get important information in one place.

  7. State of Jersey Employee Discounts - DocsLib

    Employees should go to the to register. Once you have registered by entering a personal password and email address, you can purchase items from their website. To receive your discount, enter the NJ State Employee unique ID number: 708016141. Or for more details, click on the image below to view the flyer.

  8. P.O. Box 295, Trenton, NJ 08625-0295 CHANGE OF ... - State

    Note: The New Jersey Division of Pensions & Benefits does notmaintain addresses for active PERS, TPAF, PFRS, SPRS, or JRS employee pension accounts. Notify your employer of any change in your address. PART 1 — MEMBER INFORMATION Name_____ Membership or Retirement Number _____

  9. The following is a brief summary of New Jersey state labor ...

    New Jersey recognizes common-law claims of wrongful discharge in violation of public policy (often called Pierce claims). An at-will employee must show that his or her discharge violated a substantial New Jersey public policy, such as serving on a jury, refusing to violate laws or regulations, reporting criminal conduct to public authorities, or

  10. Death o a Member - State

    Each New Jersey State-administered retirement system has separate laws governing survivor bene-fits. Survivor benefits are subject to different factors based on the member’s employment or retirement status, years of service, life insurance, etc. The ini-tial letter from the NJDPB will specify exactly what amounts are payable to the beneficiary.

  11. New Jersey is an "employment-at-will" state. This means that an employer may generally terminate an employee at any time, for any reason, or no reason at all, unless an agreement exists that provides otherwise. There are, however, limitations on the doctrine.