Since January 2014, nine municipalities in New Jersey have enacted paid sick leave ordinances and the trend continues to grow. These laws generally require private employers, regardless of size, to provide paid sick leave to their employees once they work a certain number of hours. Join Littler Mendelson partner Stacey Adams for a discussion of how these laws will impact your business; what you need to know about accrual, use and carry-over of paid sick leave; what happens to accrued leave at termination; what you need to do to bring your business into compliance; and many other aspects of these laws. Also, learn about the possibility of paid sick leave being expanded at the state and federal level, and challenges that have been asserted to these laws.
I. Understand the requirements of NJ paid sick leave laws
II. Summarize the accrual and use of sick days
III. Identify the possible of expansion of paid sick leave
Stacey D. Adams is an experienced litigator who concentrates her practice on the representation of employers in labor and employment matters before federal and state courts and agencies. Her experience covers a full spectrum of litigation in both single plaintiff and class action contexts, including:
Through the effective use of mediation, discovery and motion practice, Stacey has successfully represented management-side clients through all facets of pre-trial litigation. She has also established an impressive track record for her clients, both through summary judgment victories and by prevailing at trial and arbitration. In addition, Stacey has a significant appellate practice - including prevailing before the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Stacey frequently counsels management regarding employment, personnel and human resources issues that arise in the workplace, offering advice on:
She provides anti-harassment and diversity training, has conducted numerous harassment investigations, and has negotiated and prepared employment and separation agreements that range from hiring high-level executives to large-scale layoffs. Her clients range from Fortune 100 companies to closely-held corporations and public entities.
In law school, Stacey was a member of the Seton Hall Law Review.
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Excellent program and speaker. The material was clear and very well presented
GOOD COURSE... VERY INFORMATIVE
Good. It contained material that I was not aware of.
Good and informative. Enjoyed this program,
You get very good presenters for these topics. This is money well spent. Thank you.
Very informative, ...speaker was a very knowledgeable.
Great presentation - very informative
Very good overview
Kept my attention
clear,concise well presented
She did a great over view
straight forward presentation of the material presenter did a n excellent job in communicating the material
Fantastic lecture. Clear, Concise. THank you!
Very informat5ive and practical subject matter, especially for NJ practitioners.
Excellent coverage and very informative
Stacey just knows her stuff. Excellent speaker.
most useful course I have ever watched.
Excellent course. Very clear and concise.
Thorough and up to date
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