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NJ Seasonal Amusement Occupations- Ordinance No. 2 (Bilingual)

NJ Seasonal Amusement Occupations- Ordinance No. 2 (Bilingual)

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Employers in an amusement or recreational establishment must display the New Jersey Seasonal Amusement Occupations Wage Order in a conspicuous location in the workplace. 

The term “seasonal amusement occupation” means any activity as an employee in an establishment which is exclusively an amusement or recreational establishment that operates within the specified time limits during the year and has average receipts within the designated limits. Seasonal amusement occupation does not include retail, eating or drinking concessions; nor does it pertain to camps, beach and swimming facilities, movie theaters, theatrical productions, athletic events, professional entertainment, pool and billiard parlors, circuses and outdoor shows, sport activities or centers, country club athletic facilities, bowling alleys, race tracks and like facilities which are not part of a diversified amusement enterprise.

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