New Law Makes it Easier for NJ Adjuncts to Collect Unemployment

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Sweeney-Cunningham Bill Allows Adjunct Professors to Collect Unemployment Benefits To make sure that adjunct professors are able to collect unemployment benefits during the pandemic-caused shutdown, Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Sandra Cunningham introduced legislation to ensure eligibility for the college instructors during the summer months, rectifying circumstances that have denied benefits to those unlikely to return to work in the fall. By a vote of 38-0, the state Senate on Sept. 24 approved S2852, the bill that would enable adjunct professors to collect unemployment benefits. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Nov. 10 signed the legislation to enable adjunct professors in the Garden State to collect unemployment insurance […]
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