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Philadelphia is at the forefront of the “employment law is local" movement. Philadelphia imposes obligations on employers that exceed state or federal requirements with respect to criminal and credit background checks, paid sick leave, pregnancy accommodation, protected EEO classifications, wage theft, and wage equity (although the salary history ban has been stayed pending a court challenge). Effective January 1, 2020, Philadelphia is imposing new predictable scheduling obligations on certain large and/or chain retail, hospitality and food service establishments. The headaches grow when employers operate in multiple jurisdictions, raising such questions as: Which jurisdiction's law applies to a particular worker? What about remote workers? Is it possible to have one policy that complies across all jurisdictions?
In this roundtable discussion, participants will discuss their pain points and practical solutions for tackling local law compliance. This roundtable leaves PowerPoints and podiums behind, focusing on a small group interactive, practical and brainstorming approach among participants. Registration is limited to ensure a targeted and free-flowing discussion. Bring your problems, questions and ideas.
Registration and Breakfast: 8:00 - 8:30 am
Program: 8:30 - 10:00 am