Reasonable Accommodations Available to NY Domestic Violence Victims Starting November 18, 2019

Victims of domestic violence gained additional employment protections under a new law recently signed by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Effective November 18, 2019, NY Senate Bill 1040 offers reasonable accommodations to victims when needing time off of work as well as protection from discrimination. Covered Victims of Domestic Violence A “victim of domestic violence” … Continued

Department of Labor Wants Your Feedback on Proposed FMLA Form Revisions

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Labor (Department) announced they are seeking public feedback on proposed revised versions of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) forms that the Department’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) makes available for use in leave administration. The WHD has proposed revisions to all five FMLA certification forms, as … Continued

Top 5 Tips for Understanding New Paid Leave Laws

New paid leave laws keep coming! Just when you think you’ve mastered the existing laws, a new one is enacted and you have to review your policies and practices all over again. To help ease the burden, here are our top five tips for keeping abreast of the new paid leave landscape. Tip #1: New … Continued