Guidance and forms are now available for employers to use in documenting leave requests and complying with requirements under the new federal and state COVID-19 leave laws.
Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act
For employers whose employees are working remotely, the notice requirement can be satisfied by mailing or e-mailing the notice to all employees, or posting it on an internal or external website
New York State COVID-19 Emergency Sick Leave, Paid Family Leave and Unemployment Insurance
Resources/Guidance - Emergency Sick Leave and Paid Family Leave
Resources/Guidance - Unemployment Insurance and the CARES Act
New York City Paid Safe and Sick Leave
We have been assessing all the new Labor and Employment-related laws stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and are happy to answer any questions you may have during this challenging time.
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|Feder, Hagit Senior Compliance Administrator, CFE||Senior Compliance Administrator, CFE||212.216.1109|
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|Schoenstein, Richard C. Partner, Vice-Chair of Litigation and Co-Chair of Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group||Partner, Vice-Chair of Litigation and Co-Chair of Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group||212.216.1120|
|Steer, Richard L. Partner and Chair of Employment Practices Liability Insurance Practice||Partner and Chair of Employment Practices Liability Insurance Practice||212.216.8070|
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