2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 34 - LABOR AND WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
Section 34:1A-37 - Personnel
The Commissioner of Labor and Industry shall appoint a person to be in charge of apprentice training in the Division of Labor in the Department of Labor and Industry. The Commissioner of Labor and Industry is authorized to appoint such clerical, technical, and professional assistants and may also designate such available personnel as shall be necessary to effectuate the purposes of this act. The personnel appointed under this act, shall receive annual compensations in accordance with their respective positions as classified by the Civil Service Commission and within the ranges established therefor and within the limits of available appropriations.
The person in charge of apprentice training shall further the purposes of this act, and his duties shall include (a) encouragement and promotion of the making of such apprenticeship agreements as may conform to the standards established by or in accordance with this act; (b) settlements of differences arising out of apprenticeship agreements when such differences cannot be adjusted locally or in accordance with established trade procedure; (c) supervision of the execution of agreements and maintenance of standards; (d) acting as secretary of the council and of State joint apprenticeship committees; (e) registration of such apprenticeship agreements as the council shall authorize as conforming to the standards herein; (f) keeping a record of apprenticeship agreements and upon performance thereof issuing certificates of completion of apprenticeship; (g) co-operation with other State apprenticeship councils and the Federal Committee on Apprenticeship in promoting and maintaining bona fide apprenticeships.
L.1953, c. 198, p. 1502, s. 2.
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