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Employees at Planned Companies hold protest over hazard pay, threaten to strike

Dozens of essential workers across New Jersey are demanding change from their employer, and say they could go on strike if their demands are not met.

News 12 Staff

Sep 25, 2020, 12:35 PM

Updated 1,365 days ago

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Dozens of essential workers across New Jersey are demanding change from their employer, and say they could go on strike if their demands are not met.
Employees at "Planned Companies," a luxury building contractor, protested Thursday in Jersey City.
They say they are demanding hazard pay and paid quarantine leave.
They are also asking for a $2 an hour bump in pay and 13 additional sick days.
They say the company already shot down those demands.


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