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New Law Requires Notice of Employee Vehicle Tracking

Be advised that effective April 18, 2022, it will become a crime for employers in New Jersey to electronically track vehicles driven by their employees unless written notice of the tracking is provided. This applies to both vehicles provided by the employer and employee-owned vehicles merely used by the employee for work purposes.  It will be up to a 4th degree crime to track employee vehicles without prior written notice and civil penalties of up to $2500 per violation can be issued.  If you track your employee vehicles, we recommend you provide written notice to your employees ASAP.  The easiest way to do this would be to amend your employee handbook and provide notice of the amendment, in writing, to all of your employees.

© 2022 Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. All Rights Reserved National Law Review, Volume XII, Number 31
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Ari G. Burd, attorney at Giordano Law Firm, Labor & Employment New Jersey Cannabis Law, Health Care
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Ari devotes his time to assisting and defending employers with regard to traditional employment issues. He frequently counsels employers for compliance with New Jersey laws and has extensive transactional and litigation experience.

Ari has litigated employment matters throughout the state, having made appearances in almost every Superior Court in New Jersey, as well as before both Federal District Courts in New Jersey and the Federal and State Courts in New York.  These actions have involved a diverse range of claims such as wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment,...

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