The Zoom revolution could be slowing down for many businesses in the Garden State as the remote at work order officially disappears starting Friday, June 4th.

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According to 6 ABC, businesses in New Jersey can now call their workers back into the office if fully vaccinated. Employees also have the option of ditching their masks if they are fully vaccinated.

Governor Murphy tells 6 ABC,

"There should never be any stigma against any co-worker who may be fully vaccinated but chooses just to be safe to wear a mask," "We are going to continue requiring state employees to mask up and to keep social distancing at state offices and work sites while we continue to transition back to normal."
"We encourage all employers to do the right things for their specific workplaces,"  "While we are rescinding some requirements, that doesn't mean that we don't expect you to be flexible and to work with employees particularly those who are juggling family obligations such as childcare."

There are some who will feel uneasy returning to the office in the so-called new normal. Our office will also welcome back all employees starting at the beginning of June. I am looking forward to things finally getting back to some kind of normal

source: 6abc.com

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