Encore: NYS Paid Family Leave in the Real World

December 7, 2017

If you missed our webinar on November 8, 2017, please join us for an encore presentation on Paid Family Leave (PFL). On January 1, 2018, employers will transition from PFL preparation to PFL administration. With the New Year fast approaching, it's time to explore how PFL will work in reality, and beyond theory.  

Join Labor and Employment attorneys Amy L. Hemenway and Luke P. Wright for a live, 60-minute webinar that will provide practical examples and guidance on:

  • Administering requests and interaction with employees about PFL absences;
  • How PFL will interact with other laws (e.g., FMLA, DBL) and employer leave programs;
  • Required policies, notices, and handbook provisions; and
  • Review of example PFL scenarios.

For purposes of New York State Mandatory CLE requirements, this session will be eligible for at least 1.0 credit hour in the Areas of Professional Practice category and is designated as transitional and non-transitional.

Attorneys requesting CLE credit are required to complete and return a Program Evaluation Form and Attorney Affirmation Form to Karen Marr (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). A code will be given at the end of the webinar to be placed on the Attorney Affirmation form.

Attorneys who received credit for attending on webinar on November 8, 2017 are not eligible for CLE credit for this session.

Webinar details:
Date: Thursday, December 7, 2017
Duration: 1 hour

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