California’s New COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Requirement

On September 9, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) 1867, which requires large employers and some health care providers to provide up to 80 hours of paid leave for COVID-19-related reasons. The new law also codifies the governor’s previously issued executive order requiring paid sick leave and handwashing safety precautions for food sector workers, and addresses enforcement issues in California’s pre-COVID-19 paid sick leave law. Join this webinar for an overview of AB 1867, including insight into which employers and employees are covered, how much leave covered employees can take, qualifying reasons and pay rate for leave, notice requirements, enforcement provisions, and the law’s effective date.

What’s at Stake in the 2020 Elections: What to Expect When You’re Expecting . . . Political Change During a Pandemic

In the midst of an ongoing global pandemic, and with the November 2020 presidential and congressional elections only weeks away, many employers are anxiously anticipating upcoming changes and issues in the workplace. This seminar will address the key labor and employment law developments to anticipate in 2021 and beyond, as well as issues that may arise in the workplace in light of the current political and social climate.

2021 National Workplace Strategies Seminar

Don’t miss Ogletree Deakins’ 2021 National Workplace Strategies seminar on May 5-8, 2021 at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile in Chicago Illinois. Ogletree Deakins’ annual Workplace Strategies seminar is the premier event of its kind for sophisticated human resources professionals, in-house counsel, and other business professionals.

Chicago, IL