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Illinois Catches The Paid Sick Leave Bill Bug

Seyfarth Synopsis: The Illinois General Assembly will consider the proposed Healthy Workplace Act which, if passed into law, will require most Illinois employers to provide paid sick leave to their employees....more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXVII: Maryland Close to Catching Paid Sick Leave Bug

Seyfarth Synopsis: After several years of failed legislative attempts to pass a statewide paid sick leave law, Maryland is nearing the finish line following the state Senate’s approval of the Maryland Healthy Working Families...more

2016 Election Infected With Paid Sick Leave — Part II

Seyfarth Synopsis: As expected, on November 8, 2016, residents in Washington and Arizona voted on and passed the nation’s sixth and seventh statewide mandatory paid sick leave laws. The 2016 election will go down as one...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXVI: 2016 Election Infected With Paid Sick Leave

Seyfarth Synopsis: On November 8, 2016, two states—Washington and Arizona—are poised to become the sixth and seventh states in the country to pass a statewide mandatory paid sick leave law. The noise surrounding the 2016...more

2016 Election Infected With Paid Sick Leave

Seyfarth Synopsis: On November 8, 2016, two states — Washington and Arizona — are poised to become the sixth and seventh states in the country to pass a statewide mandatory paid sick leave law. The noise surrounding the...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXV: Midwest Still Sick with Sick Leave Laws

Seyfarth Synopsis: Minneapolis, MN made four key amendments to its Sick and Safe Time Ordinance and Cook County, IL passed the Earned Sick Leave Ordinance - Minneapolis Sick and Safe Time Ordinance Updated - Nearly...more

Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors Final Rule—Prognosis and Practical Challenges

Seyfarth Synopsis: The United States Department of Labor’s Final Rule on paid sick leave requirements for many federal contractors, which was published on September 30, 2016, will apply to covered contracts beginning on...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXIII: Morristown Delays Sick Leave Law’s Effective Date

Seyfarth Synopsis: The Morristown, NJ paid sick time ordinance’s effective date has been delayed by more than three months following a mayoral executive order.  The ordinance now goes into effect on January 11, 2017....more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXIV: Montgomery County, MD Paid Sick Leave Is Here

Seyfarth Synopsis: Montgomery County’s Earned Sick and Safe Leave Act will be going into effect this weekend, on October 1, 2016. Unlike most municipal paid sick leave laws, which are enacted to cover a specific city or town,...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXII: Morristown No. 13 in New Jersey to Pass Paid Sick Leave Law

Seyfarth Synopsis: Following the path of 12 other New Jersey municipalities, on September 13, 2016, the Morristown, NJ, Town Council passed a mandatory paid sick leave ordinance (the “Morristown Ordinance”). The ordinance...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXI: Saint Paul Passes Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

Seyfarth Synopsis: On September 7, 2016 the Saint Paul, MN city council unanimously passed a mandatory paid sick leave ordinance — following the lead of Minneapolis, which passed a similar ordinance in May — becoming the...more

The Chicago Paid Sick Leave Ordinance is Inevitable

Seyfarth Synopsis: In case you missed it, on June 22, 2016, Chicago added itself to the growing roster of many major U.S. cities to pass a Paid Sick Leave Ordinance. The Council’s Committee on Workforce Development and...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XX: Chicago City Council Set to Make Sick Leave a Reality

Seyfarth Synopsis: On June 16, 2016 the Chicago, IL City Council’s Committee on Workforce Development and Audit recommended that the city adopt a mandatory paid sick leave ordinance—the first of its kind in the state. This...more

San Diego Voters Enact Paid Sick Leave, Higher Minimum Wage

Seyfarth Synopsis: After hitting some major roadblocks, the San Diego Earned Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance has now been enacted. The Ordinance is to take effect this summer, most likely by the end of July. The...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XIX: Minneapolis Passes Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

Seyfarth Synopsis: On May 27, 2016 the Minneapolis, MN city council unanimously passed a mandatory paid sick leave ordinance—the first of its kind in the state and perhaps the most generous of any paid sick leave mandate in...more

Seyfarth Submits Comments to U.S. DOL Regarding Proposed Regulations Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors

Seyfarth Shaw submitted comments on behalf of the Firm and its clients responding to the U.S. Department of Labor’s proposed regulations seeking to require certain parties that contract with the Federal Government to provide...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XVIII: Vermont Becomes Fifth State to Enact Paid Sick Leave Law

Vermont finally hopped on the paid sick leave bandwagon when last week, Governor Peter Shumlin signed the Vermont Paid Sick Leave Law (“Vermont PSLL”). Vermont joins Connecticut, California, Massachusetts, and Oregon as the...more

DOL Publishes Proposed Rules Requiring Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors

Following up on Executive Order 13706 from September 2015 (the “Order”), earlier today the United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) took a major step toward extending paid sick leave benefits to employees of federal...more

If Pain, Yes Gain -- Part XVII: NYC Publishes Final Amended Sick Time Rules

After months of anticipation, New York City has adopted the final amended Earned Sick Time Act Rules (the “final amended Rules”). The final amended Rules largely substantiate the requirements and compliance burdens on...more

If Pain, Yes Gain -- Part XVI: Winter 2016 Brings Flurry of Paid Sick Leave Activity

One area of employment law that certainly isn’t hibernating this winter is mandatory paid sick leave. Since the start of 2016, mandatory paid sick leave developments have occurred from coast to coast and include: (1) an...more

NYC Earned Sick Time Act Updates

Proposed Changes to Sick Time Rules and Creation of New Enforcement Agency - On January 11, 2016, the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (“DCA”) held a public hearing on proposed updates to the Earned Sick Time...more

If Pain, Yes Gain — Part XV: Court Rejects Pittsburgh Paid Sick Days Act

On December 21, 2015, Judge Joseph James of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas overturned Pittsburgh’s Paid Sick Days Act (“PSDA”), agreeing with the Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association and several local...more

If Pain, Yes Gain — Part XIV: Paid Sick Leave Developments Bring Holiday Chills in New Jersey

As the year winds down, New Jersey paid sick leave continues to wind up. The New Jersey Senate earlier this month approved statewide paid sick leave legislation (S785). While the bill still needs the Assembly’s...more

If Pain, Yes Gain — Part XIII: Oregon Paid Sick Leave Final Rules and Model Notice Issued; Effective Date Near

Last week, the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (“BOLI”) issued multiple, significant pieces of guidance on the Oregon statewide paid sick leave law (“the Oregon PSLL” or “the Act”). First, BOLI published a model...more

Pittsburgh Paid Sick Leave Law Effective Date Delayed

While the City of Pittsburgh previously announced that its Paid Sick Days Act (“PSDA”) would become effective on January 11, 2016, a Court order, as part of a lawsuit against the City challenging the validity of the PSDA, has...more

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