New York’s Paid Sick Leave: Are You Sure You Have It Right? Free Virtual Workshop
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
It’s here. After nearly a year of speculation and often misinformation, New York’s Paid Sick Leave law is effective January 1, 2021. The State’s guidance and regulations fail to answer many of the most important questions that employers have regarding this new law and how it will operate. Even after months of policy drafting and in some cases union negotiation many employers are still not sure they have “got it right”.
Join us at noon on January 7, 2021, for a virtual, interactive discussion about the requirements of this new law and how you can comply with its requirements without creating staffing shortages and while controlling costs. We will also focus on the interaction between this law, other existing State laws and federal laws related to COVID-19 and other disabilities.
Specific topics that will be addressed during the workshop include:
- Who is subject to the new law?
- How much leave time is required?
- Who is eligible for leave and when?
- Can the new requirements be satisfied by an employer’s existing PTO policy?
- What are the recordkeeping requirements
Bring your questions as well.
Who Should Attend?
Business owners, Company Presidents, CEOs, HR Managers, Supervisors, etc.
Registration is FREE but space is limited. Register today.
Scroll to the bottom of the event page and enter the number of spaces you would like reserved along with a contact name, phone number and email address. Click “Submit Registration” and you will receive an email confirming your registration.
Questions or problems? Please call Katherine Senn at 315-437-7600.
About the Presenter
Michael L. Dodd, Partner, Ferrara Fiorenza PC. His practice focuses primarily on defending employers in discrimination, wage and hour, labor relations and other employment-related claims. He serves the Firm in the day-to-day representation and counseling of public and private sector employers. He is also a frequent author and speaker on these topics for both state-wide and nation-wide organizations.