The COVID-19 pandemic has forever altered the American workplace. The abrupt, unprecedented closure of most offices and traditional workplaces in March 2020 shepherded in a new—and ideally temporary—era of telecommuting for millions of employed Americans. 

New Jersey is among the hardest hit states by the pandemic. New Jersey businesses have spent the last 12 months of crippling and life-defining chaos adjusting to operational challenges, managing revenue declines, and navigating complex and rapidly changing legislation, all while attempting to ensure the safety of their employees. 

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