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New Georgia Law Expands Use of Paid Sick Leave

by King & Spalding on

Effective July 1, 2017, Georgia employers with more than 25 employees will be required to allow eligible employees to use up to five days of paid sick leave each calendar year to care for immediate family members, including...more

Pittsburgh To Appeal Block Of City’s Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania has affirmed a lower court’s ruling invalidating the Pittsburgh Paid Sick Days Act (“PSDA”), the ordinance adopted in 2015 requiring all employers of employees within the Pittsburgh city...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXX: Pittsburgh Sick Time Law on Life Support After Appellate Court Decision

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: On May 17, 2017, a panel of judges on the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania struck a second blow to Pittsburgh’s Paid Sick Days Act, leaving the Act’s future in serious jeopardy. ...more

California Labor Commissioner Issues New Guidance on Paid Sick Leave

The California Labor Commissioner’s Office recently issued new guidance regarding the application and administration of the state’s paid sick leave law. The new guidance addresses the interplay between the law and...more

Pittsburgh's Paid Sick Leave Law Suffers Another Legal Defeat, Battle Not Over

by Clark Hill PLC on

In Pennsylvania Rest. & Lodging Ass'n et al v. City of Pittsburgh, the Commonwealth Court ("the Appeals Court") affirmed a lower court ruling that the City acted without authority when it adopted the Paid Sick Days Act ("the...more

Answers to Seven Complicated Questions About Arizona's New Paid Sick Time Law

by Jaburg Wilk on

Previously, we addressed eight common questions that employers have about Arizona’s new paid sick time (“PST”) law, which goes into effect on July 1, 2017. As the law is complex, we are answering seven of the more difficult,...more

Pittsburgh's Paid Sick Days Ordinance is Confirmed to Be Invalid

by Littler on

On May 17, 2017, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court upheld a 2015 trial court ruling that the City of Pittsburgh did not have the authority under state law to enact the Paid Sick Days Ordinance. It remains to be seen...more

New Georgia Sick Leave Law Requires Employers to Allow Employees to Use Sick Leave to Care for Family Members

by Burr & Forman on

The Georgia state legislature passed, and on May 8th Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed, the Family Care Act. The act requires employers who already offer their employees paid sick leave, to use that paid sick leave to not...more

Draft Regulations On Cook County, Illinois, Paid Sick Leave Released

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

Draft regulations that will govern its interpretation and enforcement of the Cook County “Earned Sick Leave” Ordinance have been released by the Cook County Commission on Human Rights. The final regulations will be adopted by...more

Time for a Check-Up: 5 More Sick Leave Laws Await Employers on July 1, 2017

There’s been no shortage of paid sick leave laws at the state and local level over the last few years. We have covered this growing patchwork of laws and the challenges they present for employers since this trend emerged a...more

Georgia Enacts Kin Care Law

by Littler on

Beginning July 1, 2017, large employers in Georgia that offer paid sick leave will be required to permit their employees to use some of it to care for their immediate family members. The Georgia legislature previously had...more

Georgia Laws Endorse ‘On Call Scheduling’ Practice And Provide Limited Paid Sick Leave Protections

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has signed into law a measure preempting any local wage laws or requirements that employers compensate employees for changes related to employee schedules. Act 221 (H.B. 243) continues Georgia’s...more

New Georgia Law Allows Employees to Use Sick Leave for Care of Family Members

On May 8, 2017, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law a new statute requiring certain employers to allow their employees to use up to five days of their available paid sick leave to care for immediate family members....more

As July 1 Effective Date Approaches, Cook County Issues Draft Regulations for Paid Sick Leave

by Franczek Radelet P.C. on

As we have previously reported, both Chicago and Cook County have passed paid sick leave laws that entitle covered employees to earn up to 40 hours of paid sick leave per year. Our previous alerts on these ordinances, provide...more

Is Your Company Ready For The Chicago And Cook County Sick Leave Ordinances Effective July 1, 2017?

by SmithAmundsen LLC on

The July 1st effective date of the Cook County and Chicago Sick Leave Ordinances is quickly approaching and employers must review their paid time off, sick and vacation policies now to ensure compliance with the new...more

Just Like the Flu, Paid Sick Leave Laws Don’t Seem to Want to Go Away

by Snell & Wilmer on

The momentum on paid sick leave laws has not slowed down and states, counties and cities across the United States – and even the federal government – are continuing to propose and implement mandatory paid sick leave laws. So...more

Preliminary Rules Released for Minneapolis and Saint Paul Sick Leave Ordinances

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

The City of Minneapolis and the City of Saint Paul have issued their preliminary rules regarding their respective safe and sick leave ordinances, which are scheduled to go into effect on July 1, 2017. These preliminary rules...more

Both the City of San Diego and the State of California “Clarify” Their Sick Leave FAQs

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

As we recently reported regarding the City of Los Angeles, both the City of San Diego and the California Department of Labor Standards Enforcement (“DLSE”) have updated their “Frequently Asked Questions” (“FAQs”) related to...more

If Pain, Yes Gain—Part XXVIII: Cook County Releases Draft Sick Leave Regulations

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: As the Cook County Earned Sick Leave Ordinance’s July 1, 2017 effective date nears, the County has released draft regulations seeking to clarify and expand certain aspects of the Ordinance, including the...more

Maryland on Track to Join Growing Trend of Paid Sick Leave

by Conn Maciel Carey LLP on

On April 5, 2017, the Maryland General Assembly passed a paid sick leave bill – the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act (the “Act”) – that is now waiting for Republican Governor Larry Hogan’s approval. Governor Hogan has...more

Employers Cannot Be Mandated to Provide Paid Sick Leave in Carolinas

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

The issue of paid time off for employees remains a debated issue throughout the nation. Currently, there is no federal law mandating private employers provide paid time off for employees. While many states and cities have...more

Get a Handle on Changing Leave Laws

by PilieroMazza PLLC on

Picking up work across states can be challenging for any employer, particularly with respect to employment law, and it's not getting any easier. Recently, a number of states and localities are proposing and passing sick and...more

South Carolina Prevents Local Municipalities From Passing Paid Leave Requirements

Governor Henry McMaster recently signed a law that prevents political subdivisions in South Carolina from requiring private employers to provide employee benefits such as paid sick leave, paid vacation, and paid holidays....more

Maryland General Assembly Sends Paid Sick Leave Law To Governor

On April 5, 2017, the Maryland General Assembly passed the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act (the “Act”) which, if approved by Governor Larry Hogan, would require employers with 15 or more employees to provide their...more

Eight Questions about Arizona's New Paid Sick Time Law

by Jaburg Wilk on

Prop 206: Paid Sick Time Off is Now Required of Arizona Employers - Prop 206 was recently upheld by the Arizona Supreme Court. Not only does Prop 206 increase Arizona’s minimum wage to $10 per hour but also requires...more

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