Guest Column

May 26, 2020

In the not-so-distant future, our corona-closed world will gradually re-open, allowing New Jerseyans the freedom to shop out, to dine in and to basically do anything that’s not based in our living rooms.  To most the liberation may seem like the end of World War II and in many ways it is, but ...

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Voter I.D. - The Time is Now!   Several years ago, I received a panicked text from a friend of mine who had just finished voting and was appalled that the poll worker did not ask to see photo identification.  When I informed him that they could not, by law ask for identification, he was ...

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Business Enhancement Services & Training Consulting Owner and founder Sherilyn Przelomski, SHRM-SCP brings more than 20 years of HR and business consulting experience to her clients. Her expertise includes professional HR consulting services in the areas of recruitment of professional ...

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“Back to Work NJ” COVID-19 Recovery Proposal for State Business Re-Openings The COVID-19 coronavirus has had an unprecedented impact on New Jersey, devastating not only the physical and mental health well-being of our State, but also its entire economy. It has weighed heavily on our job ...

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  The novel Coronavirus has turned our worlds, and the world, upside down. There were a lot of cavalier attitudes at the start although I don’t think many believed it would last two weeks. Now, whether you’re panicked or not, there is no debate that Corona has significantly changed our society and ...

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The coronavirus outbreak has amazingly disrupted every person at every age in unexpected ways – it is quite surreal actually. Who would have thought that when we changed the clocks ahead in March that we would set them ahead to the Twilight Zone. Remember the episode with William Shatner with ...

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Dear Community, One of the most hotly contested and debated questions during these unprecedented times is when to open New Jersey’s economy. Of course, there are a slew of differing opinions and suggestions offered, but one thing is certain, the longer this shutdown continues the harder it will ...

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A few years ago five students at a Canadian college died by suicide in one summer. The administration attributed the cause as "the stigma of mental illness". Please note, they did not attribute it to teaching that stigma, to those teaching it, or to those believing it.  Subsequently, a professor ...

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I miss walking into our tranquil office with the serene meditative sounds, the calming colors, and the soothing art.  We have currently transitioned our energies from intimate encounters to an authentic presence onscreen, online and via telehealth networks.  It does not represent our ideal mode but ...

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CARES ACT: The $2.2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill is providing a lifeline for small businesses in New Jersey and across the country in states that have been hit hard by the epidemic. The cornerstone of the legislation for business owners is a bold a $349 billion lending program for ...

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A Message to the Township of Aberdeen from your Mayor,   Our stand against the Coronavirus is strong. All of last week your Town Council Members, Town Manager and Chief of Police have had countless meetings and conference calls with State and Local officials with a single goal in mind, which is ...

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If you’re a parent (or a grandparent, aunt or uncle, or godparent), chances are that what scares you most about the coronavirus is the impact the epidemic could have on the kids you love. With news of the virus’ widespread effects constantly unfolding, it’s easy to conjure up endless scenarios, ...

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Fed will increase its holdings of Treasury securities by at least $500 billion and its holdings of agency mortgage-backed securities by at least $200 billion.  NEW JERSEY - As the coronavirus continues to create a spectrum of problems in local communities in Monmouth and the nation itself, ...

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