On November 21, 2022, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law Bill A8092B (the “lawful absence law”), which prohibit employers from disciplining employees who take legally protected time off from work.
In response to COVID-19, some states enacted permanent changes to their leave laws that apply during a “public health emergency.” With reports of higher-than-average RSV and flu transmission, some of these emergency provisions are being triggered.
The World Cup is fast approaching! Over the course of the tournament, we will be publishing our own matchups, comparing various aspects of labor and employment law in some of the participating countries.
To be exempt from collecting and remitting contribution payments beginning on January 1, 2023 to Oregon’s new paid family medical leave program, employers must submit certain forms by November 30, 2022.