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I-13 – Policies, Policies, Policies, and Microchips Embedded in Employees

by Cozen O'Connor on

Michael Schmidt of Cozen O'Connor addresses recent trends and noteworthy developments on certain employment policies related to political activity, confidential customer information, FMLA retaliation, and maximum leave...more

Total Eclipse of … Liability?

by Taylor English Duma LLP on

We don’t mean to darken anyone’s day—we want our clients and their employees to join in on the 2017 eclipse festivities as much as everyone else—but we need to alert you as to some issues and suggest some precautions for...more

Are You Prepared for the Workplace Challenges That Will Rise With the Solar Eclipse?

Unless you have been living under a rock, you should know by now that on August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will cross the continental United States, coast to coast. While the entire country will experience a partial...more

Poorly Implemented FMLA Policies and Procedures are Killing Employers. Don't Be That Employer.

by Franczek Radelet P.C. on

Poorly implemented FMLA policies and procedures are in the spotlight this week. And just a few vague words and a slip up are costing two employers hundreds of thousands of dollars. ...more

Paid Family Leave: Week 3 of Q&As

So here is Week 3 of Bond’s New York Paid Family Leave (“PFL”) Q&As. This week we are focusing on which employers are and are not covered. We also answer your questions about what certain exempt employers (i.e., those who...more

Why The Chicago And Cook County Paid-Sick-Leave Ordinances May Apply To Your Organization

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

Paid-sick-leave ordinances (PSLOs) became effective in the City of Chicago and Cook County on July 1, 2017. The PSLOs require employers to grant paid sick leave to employees on terms more generous than what most employers...more

Episode 20: What Makes Employment Cases Go Viral...

by Akerman LLP on

Matt welcomes Law360 Senior Employment Reporter, Vin Guerreri, to discuss legal journalism in today's "Twitter culture." Topics include the importance of thought diversity and balanced content, the types of employment cases...more

Governor Christie Vetoes Paid Family Leave Law

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

A couple of weeks ago we asked whether the federal government would pass a paid family leave law. Although it is still unclear whether a federal law will pass, it is clear, for now, that there will not be an expansion of...more

Emeryville, California Adopts Rules Implementing Its Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Leave, and Hospitality Service Charge Ordinance

by Littler on

A little over two years after Emeryville, California’s Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Leave, and Other Employment Standards Ordinance took effect on July 2, 2015, the City Manager adopted implementing regulations. In many respects,...more

Episode 19: Is This Paid Family Leave’s Moment?

by Akerman LLP on

Matt welcomes prominent members of the NYC Plaintiff’s bar and mother-daughter guest team Laurie Berke-Weiss and Alex Berke to discuss the recent proliferation of state and local paid family leave statutes; paid family and...more

India Makes Significant Changes to Maternity Benefit Entitlements

by Fisher Phillips on

This year, India became one of the most generous providers of maternity benefits in the world when it extended the period of maternity leave available to eligible working mothers from twelve (12) weeks to twenty-six (26)...more

New York Issues Final Paid Family Leave Law Regulations

by Littler on

The New York Paid Family Leave Benefits Law (“PFLBL”), passed last year and effective January 1, 2018, will provide eligible employees with a paid, job-protected leave of absence, starting at 8 weeks in 2018 and eventually...more

Paid Family Leave Regulations Delivered in Full: Now What?

On July 19, 2017, the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board (the “Board”) released the final rules (the “Final Rules”) regarding the rights and responsibilities of employees, employers, and insurance carriers under the...more

Paid Family Leave: Week 2 of Q&As

Welcome to Week 2 of Bond’s New York Paid Family Leave (“PFL”) Q&As. Many of the most commonly asked questions during Bond’s PFL webinars focused on the intersection of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), the...more

Compliance with Executive Order 13706 – Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors

Executive Order (“EO”) 13076, signed by President Barack Obama on September 7, 2015, established paid sick leave for federal contractors. Specifically, this EO requires certain parties that contract with the Federal...more

Sad Dad Wants Paid Leave to Care for Newborn Lad; Employer’s Leave Policy Is Not So Rad; ACLU Gets Mad

Can an employer distinguish between moms and dads when granting paid parental leave for care for a newborn? Bank JP Morgan appears to believe so. Derek Rotondo requested parental leave when his wife was expecting their second...more

Paid Family Leave in Washington: What You Need to Know

On July 5, 2017 Governor Jay Inslee signed into law Washington’s new paid family and medical leave measure, making Washington the fifth state to create a paid family leave program – one that is fairly described as one of the...more

Paternity Leave Policies: Proceed With Caution

by Fisher Phillips on

For new parents, time at home to bond with their newborn child during the first few months after birth or adoption is very important. This small window is also important for fathers, as they did not have a chance to bond with...more

DOL Introduces Dual Fringe Rates for SCA

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has announced its annual adjustment for the SCA Health and Welfare (H&W) Fringe Benefits rate for all wage determinations issued on or after August 1, 2017. While DOL typically adjusts this...more

Override of Paid Sick Leave Bill Likely in Next Session – 4 Things To Do Now to Prepare

by Pessin Katz Law, P.A. on

Although Governor Hogan vetoed the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act (HB1/SB230) which would have required employers with over 14 employees to provide paid sick and safe leave, it is expected that the legislature will...more

Is Your Parental Leave Policy Discriminatory?

by Akerman LLP - HR Defense on

Still think only moms are the primary caregivers for children? That ’50s era mindset is the subject of an ACLU charge of discrimination recently filed with the EEOC claiming that JPMorgan Chase’s parental leave policy...more

Paid Family Leave: Week 1 of Q&As

Thank you to everyone who attended Bond’s webinar on New York Paid Family Leave (“PFL”) on Tuesday, July 25, 2017. We had a tremendous turnout and received hundreds of questions. While we didn’t have the opportunity during...more

Preparing for New York State’s Paid Family Leave Benefits Law

by Goodwin on

On July 19, 2017, the final regulations adopted by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board (the Board) for implementing the New York Paid Family Leave Benefits Law (the PFLL) became effective. The PFLL provides...more

Massachusetts Finalizes New Pregnancy Workplace Law: What to Expect When Your Employees Are Expecting

by Fisher Phillips on

Massachusetts just joined 21 other states and the District of Columbia by enacting a comprehensive pregnancy workplace law with unanimous support from the legislature, employee advocates, and the Massachusetts business...more

Increase In 2017 Service Contract Act Health & Welfare Rate; Lower Rate For Contracts Covered By Federal Paid Sick Leave EO

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

The U.S. Department of Labor has released its annual memorandum with the rate increase for Service Contract Act (SCA) Health and Welfare (H&W) Fringe Benefits. The new rate of $4.41 per hour (up from the 2015-2016 rate of...more

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