Paid Sick Leave Quarterly: 1Q 2017

There have been so many PSL developments in 2017 that a summary seemed appropriate. This summary includes: Paid Sick Leave Laws Effective in Q1 2017 Paid Sick Leave Laws Effective After Q1 2017 Paid Sick Leave Bills Introduced During Q1 2017 Paid Sick Leave Preemption Developments Paid Sick Leave Litigation Other Paid Sick Leave Developments … Continue reading Paid Sick Leave Quarterly: 1Q 2017

Paid Sick Leave Quarterly: 3Q 2017

There have been so many PSL developments in 2017 that a summary seemed appropriate. This summary includes: Paid Sick Leave Laws Effective in Q1 2017 Paid Sick Leave Laws Effective After Q1 2017 Paid Sick Leave Bills Introduced During Q1 2017 Paid Sick Leave Preemption Developments Paid Sick Leave Litigation Other Paid Sick Leave Developments […]

A Paid Leave Proposal to Preempt the Patchwork

Protect us, Congress, from the patchwork of state and local paid leave laws. The HR Policy Association, an organization of chief human resources of 380 “large and influential” companies with 20 million employees worldwide. has proposed that Congress create a “safe harbor” from state and local leave laws for “multi-state employers that choose to voluntarily … Continue reading A Paid Leave Proposal to Preempt the Patchwork

Preemption Laws Outnumber Paid Sick Leave Laws This Year

Local paid sick leave laws and state laws preempting those laws are the duality of the PSL debate. The yin and yang of the issue. Judging by 2017 events, the momentum seems to have swung markedly toward state laws banning municipalities from enacting PSL bills. Within the past week, the governors of Arkansas (Act 643) … Continue reading Preemption Laws Outnumber Paid Sick Leave Laws This Year