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Is there somewhere I can report violations of Executive Orders? How can I report a business staying open despite being ordered to close or an employer that won't let me work remotely?

Last Updated: 11/24/2020

Compliance with Executive Orders is not voluntary.

If your employer is not following COVID-19 workplace health and safety protections (Executive Order 192), there is a dedicated intake process maintained by the New Jersey Department of Labor. New Jersey's workplace health and safety protections are summarized here. If you are a worker (or representing one) filing a complaint against your employer, you can file workplace safety complaints here.

You can report a possible violation of all other COVID-related Executive Orders using this online form:

Violations that can be reported through the Executive Order Violation Form include, but are not limited to:

  • A business that is not practicing social distancing requirements
  • A business that is not allowing remote work of employees when remote work is possible
  • An indoor gathering of more than 10 people. Note: weddings, funerals, memorial services, religious and political activities, and performance venues are limited to 150 people
  • An outdoor gathering of more than 150 people. Note: there is no limit for outdoor gatherings for wedding ceremonies, funerals, memorial services, religious activities, or political activities.

Source: Executive Orders