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Preparing for Mandated Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors

President Barack Obama signed a new executive order Sept. 7 aimed at ensuring federal contractor employees “can earn up to seven days or more of paid sick leave annually, including paid leave allowing for family...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

If Pain, Yes Gain — Part XII: Paid Sick Leave Spreading in New Jersey

After a wave of recent developments, New Jersey continues to solidify its status as the state with the most municipal paid sick leave laws in the country. Earlier this month, voters in Elizabeth approved a paid sick...more

Elizabeth Becomes New Jersey’s 10th Municipality to Pass Mandatory Paid Sick Leave

On November 3, 2015, voters in Elizabeth, New Jersey approved a ballot-box question requiring employers to provide paid sick leave by a vote of 3,037 to 563. Elizabeth is now the 10th municipality in New Jersey since 2013...more

Elizabeth Poised to Become the Tenth Municipality in New Jersey to Mandate Paid Sick Leave

Voters in Elizabeth, New Jersey overwhelmingly approved a public question on the ballot requiring private-sector employers in the city to provide paid sick leave to their employees. Elizabeth follows the lead of multiple...more

Jersey City, New Jersey Expands Paid Sick Leave

The Jersey City Council voted to expand the scope of the City’s existing sick leave ordinance on October 29, 2015. Under the Ordinance as amended, employers with less than 10 employees now will be required to provide...more

Jersey City Council Votes To Require Business Owners to Provide Paid Sick Leave To Employees Regardless of Size

On October 28, 2015, the Jersey City Council voted 7-1-1 to adopt Ordinance No. 15.145 which requires employers with fewer than 10 employees, including part time and temporary employees who work at least 80 hours, to provide...more

Employment Matters Newsletter, Fall 2015

With Experimental Benefits Come Additional Legal Considerations - Corporate experimentation, combined with innovative employment practices designed to promote more flexible work environments, may be transformative. These...more

Summary of Key New California Laws for 2016: What Employers Should Know

Governor Brown has signed several laws impacting California employers. A summary of some of the key new laws follows. The effective date of the particular new law is indicated in the heading of the Assembly Bill (AB) and/or...more

Pittsburgh Sets Effective Date for Paid Sick Days Act and Issues Model Poster

Yesterday, the City of Pittsburgh announced that its Paid Sick Days Act (“PSDA”) will become effective on January 11, 2016. As we previously reported, the effective date is occurring 90 days after the Pittsburgh Office of the...more

New Paid Sick Days Act Applies to Pittsburgh Employers

The effective date of Pittsburgh’s new sick leave ordinance has been posted — January 11, 2016. This summer, Pittsburgh City Council enacted a new ordinance which requires employers to pay employees up to 40 hours of paid...more

DC Bill Would Provide Most Generous Paid Leave Benefits in the Nation

On October 6, 2015, the District of Columbia Council introduced legislation that would establish a universal paid leave system for all DC residents and workers who are employed in DC but live elsewhere. The Universal Paid...more

Paid Sick Leave – It’s an Epidemic

From California to Connecticut, and places in between, the reach of paid sick leave laws is spreading rapidly. Currently, California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Oregon and Washington D.C. have state- (or district-) wide laws...more

Tacoma, Washington Paid Employee Sick Leave Law Goes Into Effect in February 2016

Flu season is fast approaching, and this winter, Tacoma employers will join Seattle employers in being required to provide paid sick leave. On February 1, 2016, Tacoma’s new paid sick leave ordinance goes into effect.  As we...more

The Three “H”s of Fall: Halloween, Hot Chocolate, and Handbooks

Yes, the end of the year always brings a flurry of revisions to employer handbooks. This year is no different. Business owners, general counsel, and human resources professionals throughout California and the County always...more

[Event] Labor & Employment Law Update & Happy Hour - Oct. 22nd, San Diego, CA

Please join us for Sheppard Mullin's bi-annual Labor & Employment Law Update & Happy Hour. There have been significant developments in California labor and employment law this year. We will explain how these new developments...more

D.C. Council Introduces Bill Providing 16 Weeks Of PAID Leave to D.C. Employees

Yesterday (October 6, 2015), 7 of the 13 members of the Council of the District of Columbia introduced the Universal Paid Leave Act of 2015 (the “Act”). If passed, the Act would significantly impact employers and workers in...more

Anticipate Abuse of Paid Sick Leave for Government Contractors

In an executive order released on Labor Day (one can only assume that the pun was intended), President Obama declared that all businesses that contract with the U.S. government will have to provide their employees with paid...more

Tacoma's New Paid Sick Leave Ordinance: What Employers Need to Know

Tacoma has now joined Seattle as the third city in Washington State to mandate paid sick leave for employees (certain hospitality and transportation workers employees in SeaTac also receive this benefit). The new law will go...more

Executive Order Extends Paid Sick Leave to Federal Contractors

Earlier this month, the paid sick leave epidemic that has spread to four states and at least 24 municipalities found its latest victim — federal contractors and subcontractors. Spurred by an Executive Order (the “Order”),...more

The Changing Compensation Landscape for Government Contractors: New Executive Order Mandates Paid Sick Leave for Employees of...

Two recent developments have added to the list of the Obama Administration’s compensation-related initiatives. On Labor Day, September 7, 2015, President Obama issued an Executive Order that will require federal contractors...more

Federal Contractors Beware – Part 8

On September 7, 2015, President Obama issued an executive order that will require federal contractors and subcontractors to provide their employees with up to seven or more paid sick leave days a year....more

City of Tacoma Issues Rules Interpreting Paid Leave Ordinance

On August 5, 2015, the City of Tacoma, Washington published its final Paid Leave Rules (“Rules”) implementing Tacoma’s Paid Leave Ordinance (“Ordinance”). The Ordinance requires nearly all private sector employers to provide...more

Obama Orders Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors

On Labor Day, appropriately enough, President Obama issued an executive order establishing up to seven days of paid sick leave for employees of federal contractors and subcontractors. The order was drafted and proposed in...more

Executive Orders: The Employment Transformers for Federal Contractors

As we have detailed on several occasions over the past year, President Obama has used executive orders to implement sweeping new workplace policies for federal contractors and their employees. For example, the president has...more

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