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New Santa Monica Ordinance Provides For Paid Sick Leave and Increased Minimum Wages

Santa Monica will become the first city in Southern California and the fourth in the state to enact a municipal paid sick leave law. The city’s Paid Sick Leave and Minimum Wage ordinance will take effect in two phases. The...more

Understanding New York's New Paid Family Leave Law

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo executed sweeping legislation on April 4, 2016, that will gradually raise the minimum wage in New York to $15 an hour and provide a phased-in system of paid family leave benefits providing...more

Starting July 1, 2016, Employees in Los Angeles Get Three Additional Days of Paid Sick Leave and $10.50 Per Hour

On April 19, 2016, the Los Angeles City Council voted overwhelmingly in favor of a proposed ordinance that would permit Los Angeles workers to earn at least six paid sick leave days annually. That is double the mandatory...more

Fast-Track Compliance

Compliance: employment lawyers love it, business leaders sometimes see it as a roadblock to innovation, and human resources professionals know how difficult it is to achieve and maintain. Laws change constantly, and now that...more

Onward and Upward – California’s Minimum Wage And Paid Family Leave Benefits Set To Increase Substantially Over The Next Few Years

April 2016 has proven fruitful for California employees. Last month, Governor Brown approved a series of gradual increases raising the statewide minimum wage rate in California to at least $15.00 by 2022. A week later the...more

TIME OFF: LA Hotel Worker Ordinance is About More Than Just Wages

As has been widely publicized within the hospitality industry, the Los Angeles City Council approved the Citywide Hotel Worker Minimum Wage Ordinance (Ordinance) in September 2014. The Ordinance required hotels with at least...more

Update: Santa Monica Amends Minimum Wage Ordinance, Delays Sick Pay Implementation.

Seyfarth Synopsis: Santa Monica has amended its Minimum Wage Ordinance to postpone implementation of its paid sick leave entitlements, now starting January 1, 2017 instead of July 1, 2016, and create a two phase...more

New Employee Wage and Benefits Legislation That All New York State Employers Must Know

On April 4, 2016, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation in connection with New York’s 2016-2017 budget that will impact employers large and small throughout the State. In addition to annual increases to the minimum wage...more

State And Local Governments Increase The Minimum Wage And Pass Paid Family Leave Laws

State and local governments have recently passed a flurry of minimum wage increases and paid family leave laws. Most of the attention has been on increases in the minimum wage to $15.00 (in New York by 2019, and in...more

Family Matters: New York State Minimum Wage Increase & Paid Family Leave

New York will increase its minimum wage to $15.00 an hour in gradual increases, beginning December 31, 2016. In keeping with the wave of new legislation in states and cities across the country, New York also passed the Paid...more

Start Spreading The News: Paid Family Leave And $15 Minimum Wage Coming To New York

On April 4, 2016, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation which will, over the next few years, grow into the nation's most comprehensive paid family leave program. New York employees will be eligible for 12 weeks of...more

New York Budget Deal Will Bring $15 Minimum Wage and Broad Paid Leave Legislation

On April 4, 2016, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation to phase in an increased minimum wage and guarantee paid family leave to all eligible employees throughout New York State. The legislation was part of the...more

State and Local Law Update Could Signal Trend

Employers should generally be aware and mindful of employment law at the state and local level as a possible signal of larger movements. Over the past couple of weeks, significant changes have occurred in minimum wage and...more

New York State Increases Minimum Wage and Enacts Paid Family Leave

New York State recently adopted the following two important changes in the law which will impact all employers in the state: (a) an incremental increase in the minimum wage, and (b) paid family leave. A. Minimum Wage...more

Race to the Highest Minimum: California Minimum Wage Increase and San Francisco’s New Parental Leave Ordinance

California’s newly increased minimum wages will impact employers in two ways. First, minimum wage employees will have to be paid the higher minimum wage. Second, salaried exempt employees in California must be paid no less...more

New York Increases the Minimum Wage and Enacts Paid Family Leave

On April 4, 2016, Governor Cuomo signed legislation, as part of the 2016-2017 state budget, enacting a $15.00 minimum wage plan and a 12-week paid family leave benefit. Minimum Wage Increase - The legislation...more

Paid Family Leave and $15 Minimum Wage Are Coming to New York

Why It Matters - On April 1, 2016 the New York State Legislature passed legislation that would raise the state minimum wage for all hourly wage workers in accordance with a prescribed schedule. Governor Andrew Cuomo...more

New York Enacts Paid Family Leave Law and Increases Minimum Wage Rate

On March 31, 2016, New York State lawmakers finalized a budget deal that included: (1) a bill mandating paid family leave for most employees (the "Paid Family Leave Law") and (2) a statewide incremental increase to a $15 per...more

Family Matters: Governor Cuomo Unveils an Ambitious Plan for Paid Family Leave and a Higher Minimum Wage in New York

On April 4, 2016, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law paid family leave and statewide increases to the minimum wage, making New York the fourth state to guarantee paid family leave and one of a number of states gradually...more

Important Changes in Employment Laws in New York State

The State of New York recently adopted two important changes in the law which will impact all employers. Minimum Wage - First, the Legislature approved increases to the minimum wage. While the Federal minimum wage...more

New York State Adopts Paid Family Leave and $15/Hour Minimum Wage

New York state has enacted two new major employment laws that all New York employers need to prepare for: (1) the most comprehensive paid family leave law in the country commencing in 2018; and (2) beginning Dec. 31, 2016,...more

Alert: California Minimum Wage to Increase to $15 Over Next Several Years

On April 4, 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed California Senate Bill 3, a deal reached between lawmakers and labor unions that will raise the state minimum wage to $15 over several years. The legislation avoids taking the...more

New York State Enacts Paid Family Leave Law

In what is being called one of the most comprehensive programs of its kind in the United States, New York State has enacted a paid family leave law that will ultimately require employers to provide eligible employees with up...more

New York Announces Minimum Wage Increase and Paid Family Leave Program

For any New York employer who thought that the state’s workplace rules and regulations were too easy to comply with, I have good news for you. Empire State lawmakers recently announced an agreement on the 2016-2017 state...more

New York Legislative Session Update - Final budget agreement reached

Labor policy - Minimum wage - The minimum wage proposal included in the budget will increase the minimum wage at different schedules, and to different maximum wage rates, depending on the region of the state. For...more

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