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Feb
15

Alabama governor signs bill to provide immunity from COVID-19 claims

On February 12, 2021, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed a bill to provide immunity from lawsuits related to COVID-19. The Alabama Senate passed the bill on February 4. The Alabama House of Representatives passed the bill on February 11. We have found no changes that the House made to the Senate version of the bill. Formerly known as Senate Bill 30, it is now Alabama Act 2021-4 as a result of the governor’s signature and went into effect as soon as the governor signed the bill.

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Dec
22

Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Ends (for now) in 2020

Well, did you like paid sick leave or did you not? I imagine that depends on your perspective. Workers will point to the fact that the government fully reimbursed private employers for the mandatory sick leave.

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Dec
18

Will Congress Extend Families First Act Leave into the New Year?

As employers are well aware, the Families First Act Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was enacted earlier this year to provide paid and partially paid leave to a massive swath of eligible employees working for businesses with fewer than 500 workers. The law provides for up to 80 hours of paid sick leave for employees who are diagnosed with COVID-19, experiencing symptoms and seeking a diagnosis, or advised by a healthcare provider to self-quarantine.

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Sep
15

Six good reasons to use new model FMLA forms

In June, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued new forms that can be used to meet the notice and certification requirements of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Here are six good reasons to use these new model forms.

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Aug
06

Employers must inform separated employees about potential unemployment benefits

We are all familiar with the requirement for displaying posters about various labor issues: child labor laws, workers’ compensation benefits, the minimum wage, non-discrimination laws, and unemployment compensation.

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