Businesses with less than 500 employees are required to provide paid leave to employees who cannot work due to an employee’s (or their family member’s) quarantine or diagnosis of COVID-19. Businesses will also need to provide paid leave if an employee cannot work due to the employee’s need to care for a child whose school or child care center has been closed.Read More
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What Employers in Montgomery County Need to Know About Mandatory Paid Leave if Schools Close Due to COVID-19
School and child care center closures due to COVID-19 are covered events under Montgomery County’s Earned Sick and Safe Leave Act.Read More
The concept of a “mental health day” is often overlooked when employers craft their vacation and leave policies. However, a recent tweet by a San Francisco-based web developer has sparked a national discussion about mental health and the appropriate way for employers to handle these situations.Read More
Days after D.C.’s groundbreaking paid leave act becomes law, the D.C. Council begins considering changes to its paid leave regime.Read More
New law provides D.C. employees with 8 weeks of paid parental leave, 6 weeks of paid family leave, and 2 weeks of paid medical leave, and imposes new obligations on employers.Read More