On Demand Webinar

Mandated State Sick Pay

Webinar Details$219

This webinar will focus on the growing number of jurisdictions that have passed mandated sick pay laws, as well as the remaining jurisdictions where mandated sick pay has been proposed but not yet passed.  In addition, this webinar will focus on the key differences between mandated paid sick leave under state laws as compared to unpaid or paid sick leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Attendees will learn about the requirements of current laws and best practices for instituting policies and procedures to remain complaint with both paid sick leave laws under state law and federal laws relating to employee leaves of absence.

  • Growing trends in sick leave arena
  • States Passing sick leave laws
  • Legislative support and trends to watch for
  • Watered down versions of similar laws
  • Specific State Analysis - 5 Random States
  • States on the horizon – other states where paid sick leave is likely to pass
  • Analysis of State paid sick leave vs. leaves of absence under Federal Law
  • Policies and procedures for complying with laws

Guest Speaker

Jack Stapleton

Jack Stapleton

Jack Stapleton is an associate in the firm's Atlanta office. He represents management in all areas of labor and employment law in state and federal courts as well as before state and federal agencies.Jack handles a wide range of employment-related issues including discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, wage and hour claims and collective actions. Jack’s practice also includes counseling and litigation in the area of trade secrets, non-competition agreements, and restricti... View Full Profile

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