Learn How the New NJ Minimum Wage Law Will Affect Credit Unions

In February, Governor Phil Murphy made good on a campaign promise to increase the state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour, with the first increase kicking in today, July 1. Some credit unions have already reported losing front-line staff to other employers. We’ve gotten two types of questions about the new law – what are the requirements and the exceptions, and then how are other credit unions dealing with the newly competitive market for talent.

Join us for a members-only ‘CEO+’ lunch on July 24th, at LouCas Restaurant in Edison NJ to focus on this important topic. The event will feature an overview of the requirements, but also provide ample time for discussion about how credit unions are planning for an even more competitive employment environment. This event is also open to senior staff and those with HR responsibilities, to enable a fuller discussion of the law and its impacts.

To register and learn more go to:  https://www.njcul.org/index.php/events/calendar/icalrepeat.detail/2019/07/24/71/-/minimum-wage-luncheon