Changes to New York City’s Paid Sick and Safe Leave Law (NYCSL) took effect on September 30, 2020.
Archives for September 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided resources with tips and recommendations to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 when carpooling or ridesharing to and from work.
The Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) has issued new and revised regulations regarding the state’s tip credit law. The final regulations greatly clarified some aspects of the existing regulatory language that had led to many class action lawsuits against Connecticut restaurants.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced Indiana’s reopening will progress to Stage 5 effective September 26, 2020. Marion County will not progress to Stage 5.
Commercial property management companies face unique operational challenges during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and a COVID-19 health and safety plan is becoming more important every day.
Jenifer Bologna discusses a new paid leave mandate in New York eliminating the waiting period that previously prohibited new hires from accruing leave in “What Employers Should Know About New NY Sick Leave Law,” published by Law360.
Courtney Malveaux authors “Lawsuit Challenges Virginia COVID-19 Workplace Standard,” published by SHRM.
Marla Presley, Laura Bunting and Shane LaBarge co-author “Judge Partially Strikes Down Pennsylvania COVID-19 Orders,” published by SHRM.
Jackson Lewis attorneys Richard Greenberg, Daniel Jacobs, Jenifer Bologna and Tania Mistretta discuss the New York State Sick Leave (NYSSL) law in “New paid and unpaid sick-leave law offers protections to NY workers,” published by Newsday.
Graham Ryan, a partner in the Litigation Practice Group in the New Orleans office, was quoted in the Bloomberg Law article “When a Paycheck Protection Effort Meant to Save Jobs Doesn’t” regarding the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and how employee lay-offs may impact loan forgiveness.
The city became the second in the nation to create a compensation standard for ride-hailing drivers, after New York.
First the good news: There are more women in senior-level positions across corporate America.
The majority of Floridians believe that returning to the workplace should be optional, according to a new survey.
A new law that guarantees sick leave benefits for most workers in New York state takes effect today.