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Questions About Pregnancy Disability Leave? Our May 16 Webinar Delivers

Live webinar is mobile-optimized for viewing on tablets or smartphones. Do you know that California law provides some of the country’s strongest workplace protections for employees who are pregnant and/or new parents? That said, employers have due dates too. There … Continue reading

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Comprehensive paid family leave and how public employers can opt in

The New York State Workers' Compensation Board invites readers to a special Paid Family Leave webinar specifically for public employers. This one-hour, online session will provide you with an overview of the state’s landmark Paid Family Leave benefit, and the … Continue reading

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Intestate Laws – When You Leave a Surviving Spouse

This is the second installment of our Intestate Laws series.  In case you missed the first one, check it out here. Probably the biggest misconception people have about dying without a Will is that their spouse will just get everything.  … Continue reading

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Supplemental Military Leave: benefits for officers and employees of the State of New York as the employer

NO HEARING SCHEDULEDThis proposed amendment to the Attendance Rules for Employees in New York State Departments and Institutions is a consensus rule making amending 4 NYCRR 21.15 and 4 NYCRR 28-1.17 to extend the availability of supplemental military leave benefits … Continue reading

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A New Jersey Employee, Fired 17 Days After Returning from Maternity Leave, Receives a $500K Settlement in Her Discrimination Case

The situation of pregnant women or new mothers suffering discrimination at work as a result of their pregnancies is, unfortunately, an all-too-common scenario, both inside and outside New Jersey. An employer decides that an employee’s pregnancy has rendered her insufficiently … Continue reading

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