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Top 10 New Jersey Employer Questions Re: COVID-19 Answered
Author: Maryam M. MesehaDate: March 19, 2020
Cases of COVID-19, more commonly known as the coronavirus, continue to increase in the United States. Understandably, businesses have questions and concerns about protecting their employees’ safety and maintaining a healthy workplace. The potential for increased absenteeism and business disruptions also raises questions about employers’ legal obligations.
As with any situation that poses a risk to your business, being prepared can go a long way. That means reviewing your existing leave policies and evaluating how they may apply to the COVID-19 outbreak is essential. Equally imperative is that businesses identify whether any applicable employment laws cover situations where workers are required to stay home due to their own illness, concerns they may become ill, a family member’s illness, or school or business closings.
Cannabis Attorney to Appear as Co-Keynote Speaker at NJEHA Conference
Scarinci Hollenbeck Cannabis Attorney Daniel T. McKillop to Appear as Co-Keynote Speaker at New Jersey Environmental Health Association’s Annual Conference...
U.S. Attorney’s Office Alumni Association for NJ Selects New Trustee
Ronald Lee Reisner, J.S.C. (Ret.) Selected to be on Board of Trustees of the U.S. Attorney’s Office Alumni Association for...
ABA Names NJSBA Environmental Forum as 2017 Program of the Year
American Bar Association Honors New Jersey State Bar Association Environmental Law Forum with 2017 Program of the Year Award Lyndhurst, NJ, October...
Partner Paul Lieberman Quoted in ACA Insights Regarding Unearned Advisory Fee Refunds
Advisory firms receiving requests from clients to refund their advisory fees need to do so on time and in accordance...
NJSBA Appoints Two SH Attorneys to Committees
August 20, 2018
Congratulations to Daniel T. McKillop and Liana M. Nobile For Appointment into New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) Committees Lyndhurst,...
Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner Nathanya G. Simon Weighs in on Discipline & Student Privacy
August 16, 2018
New Jersey Special Education Attorney Nathanya G. Simon Featured in Special Ed Connection Article, “Discipline & Student Privacy: Know What...
Partner Paul Lieberman Quoted in ACA Insights Regarding SEC Compliance
January 24, 2018
Advisory firms may want to more closely adhere to a culture of compliance because in doing so, they may be...
Fernando Pinguelo Weighs in on Effective Data Breach Response at Albany Law School Cyber Security Conference
October 24, 2017
Fernando Pinguelo played key role in a major conference on cybersecurity risks and associated legal issues. Red Bank, New Jersey,...
Groundbreaking Electric Guitar Design Book features prominent Entertainment Attorney
October 18, 2017
Ronald S. Bienstock, Scarinci Hollenbeck partner and Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property and Entertainment, Media & Sports practice is...