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New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s attention to employee-friendly workplace laws shows no sign of waning. In May 2018, Gov. Murphy signed Executive Order No. 25, which established the Task Force on Employee Misclassification. The Task Force, charged with advising the governor’s office on strategies to effectively combat employee misclassification and ensure compliance with wage and hour laws, comprises representatives from various state governmental agencies, including the Departments of Labor and Workforce Development (DOL), Treasury, Agriculture, Banking and Insurance, and Transportation. On July 9, 2019, after the Task Force held public forums throughout the state, where it allowed employers, employees and subject matter experts to voice comments and concerns about misclassification, it published a report with its recommendations to combat misclassification.

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