What To Expect When Your Employee Is Expecting
75 Eisenhower Parkway
Roseland, NJ 07068-1600
8 to 10 a.m.
Your employee just advised you that she is pregnant. Congratulations! Now what?
Employers already have to comply with competing leave and benefit laws, which is complicated enough. A New York City law that goes into effect on January 30 will require employers to provide reasonable accommodations for an employee's pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions. New Jersey is considering a similar law. Jersey City, NJ, recently passed a sick leave ordinance that may be used by your pregnant employee, and Newark is likely to follow suit.
Join us as we explore how these new laws will impact rights and obligations under the FMLA and NJFLA as well as affect short-term disability benefits.
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For questions, please contact Maria Ockenhouse at 215.299.2819 or [email protected].