What You Need to Know About California’s 2022 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave
Join Fisher Phillips and AGC of California to discuss the tools and strategies employers will need to utilize to be in compliance with SB-114.
Responding to pressure from labor amidst the Omicron variant, Governor Newsom recently signed legislation enacting a new 2022 California COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave (SPSL) mandate effective February 19, 2022 (retroactive to January 1, 2022). There are some notable differences to this version of CA SPSL from last year’s requirements. What do California employers need to know about this new supplemental paid sick leave requirement? This webinar will fill you in and provide you with the tools you need to comply with this new requirement.
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About the Instructors
Jason Geller is the managing partner of the firm’s San Francisco office. Jason represents employers in all facets of employment law matters. He has considerable experience defending employers in litigation involving claims under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the California Family Rights Act (CFRA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and California wage and hour laws. Jason has defended employers against class and individual wage and hour claims, including claims for alleged misclassification of exempt and independent contractor status, and failure to pay overtime and provide meal periods and rest breaks. He also frequently defends employers in whistleblowing and retaliation claims, including claims under the California Whistleblower Act, the False Claims Act and various provisions of the California Labor Code.
Hannah Sweiss is a member of the firm’s COVID-19 Taskforce, a cross-disciplinary team of attorneys dedicated to advising employers on the many workplace law aspects of the global coronavirus pandemic.