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LB COVID Blog March 30_250

COVID-19 and the Workplace: What Families First Coronavirus Response Act and NYS Emergency COVID-19 Paid Leave Mean for Your Organization

“Q&As” covering the latest Federal and New York State COVID-19 paid leave requirements for nonprofits and businesses   I .  FOR ALL EMPLOYERS REGARDLESS OF STATE Overview Families First Coronavirus Response Act:  Following the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the health of American …

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LB COVID Blog March 30_250

COVID-19 and the Workplace: NY State Hits the “PAUSE” Button, and Extends It to April 15th– the latest information for your organization

What Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order–“New York on PAUSE”–means for your organization’s workforce and operations I. Governor’s Executive Order  Effective Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 8 p.m., all businesses and nonprofit organizations were required to have all employees in New York staying home/working …

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NY Employers Must Provide Notice of Rights to Employees Regarding Reproductive Health Decision Discrimination

On November 8, 2019, an amendment to New York State’s Labor Law (NYLL)–Section 203-E–took effect, prohibiting all employers within New York State from discriminating or retaliating against employees or their dependents based on their reproductive health decision-making. Specifically, under New York State’s …

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PayPal Giving Fund Enters Multi-State Settlement to Ensure Transparency to Donors

Almost two dozen states announced that they have entered into a multi-state settlement agreement with PayPal Charitable Giving Fund (“PPGF”) to ensure that donors have adequate information to make informed decisions when giving through PPGF’s online fundraising platform.  As part of the …

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