These days, New Jersey plays a major role in the multi-billion dollar e-commerce economy.

The workers who make this economy possible deserve a fair shake.

E-commerce warehouses that support online retailers, national chain stores, and top apparel brands are expanding in New Jersey because of our large ports, our highway system, and our proximity to millions of customers in the New York City metro area.

As the governor looks to reform our state subsidy programs, New Jersey should attach enforceable labor standards to the incentives that warehouse operators, e-commerce companies, and logistics firms receive for doing business here in New Jersey.

Read the full opinion-editorial on from the Star-Ledger by By Alberto Arroyo, international vice president of Workers United and Debra Coyle McFadden, executive director, NJ Work Environment Council.