From the New Jersey Civil Service Commission:
TRENTON – Following Governor Phil Murphy’s Executive Order announcing a State of Emergency that authorizes all state Departments and Agencies to enact measures to respond to the spread of novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, the New Jersey Civil Service Commission issued the following Guidelines and FAQs to protect State employees from the spread of COVID-19.
“The health and safety of our employees is our number one concern,” said Governor Murphy. “The guidelines we are issuing today, following the declaration of a state of emergency in New Jersey, are designed to limit the exposure of state employees to COVID-19 and to protect the general public. These guidelines will allow our state workforce to continue carrying out the day to day business of running our state, while providing necessary public health accommodations.”
“The best interest of our employees is always our top priority.” said Chair/CEO of the Civil Service Commission, Deirdre Webster Cobb Esq., “We take the severity of this virus seriously and will work with our departments and agencies to ensure the health and well-being of our employees while ensuring the continued operations of the state and delivery of much needed services.”
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