Preparing HR And Employers For The City of Pittsburgh Paid Sick Days Act
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3/3/2020
When: Tuesday, March 3, 2020
8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Where: PHRA Training Center
One Gateway Center
420 Fort Duquesne Blvd
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15222
United States
Presenter: Mario Bordogna, Esq. Clark Hill & Amy McCrossen Esq., Clark Hill
Contact: PHRA Office
412-261-5537


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Schedule

8:00 a.m.- Networking

8:30 a.m.- Program

9:30 a.m.- Program concludes

 

Investment 

PHRA Members: $39

Nonmembers: $79

Student rate: Call for pricing

To be eligible for the student rate, you must be a full-time student enrolled in an HR or Labor Relations program at a college or university AND/OR you are a SHRM student chapter member. Part-time graduate students working full-time are not eligible for the student rate.

 

Goals and Objectives:

In this program, Clark Hill PLC Labor and Employment attorneys Mario Bordogna and Amy McCrossen will discuss everything that HR Professionals and employers in PGH need to know about the guidelines and administration of the new City of Pittsburgh Paid Sick Days Act, soon-to-be effective on March 15, 2020.  Among other things, attendees will learn if and how the leave and accrual requirements of the Act apply to them, authorized uses for earned sick time, and requirements for an employee’s use of leave.  We also will cover whether current sick leave and paid time off policies comply with the Act, as well as many other critical compliance details under both the Act and its recently promulgated regulations.

Mario Bordogna, Esquire is a partner at Clark Hill who has represented employers for almost 25 years in health care, energy, hospitality, manufacturing, education, and more helping them with HR/employment counseling, labor–management relations, employment litigation, policy development, noncompetition matters, training, and a wealth of other labor and employment needs.

Amy McCrossen, Esquire is an associate at Clark Hill who works with employers to ensure statutory compliance, consult on best practices, and handle employee disputes.  Prior to attending law school, Amy worked in Human Resources for Target Corporation.

 

 

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Cancellation Policy: Written cancellations received before Friday, February 28, 2020 will receive a full refund. No refunds will be given after February 28. Substitutes are welcome with advance written notice.

 

 

Pittsburgh Human Resources Association (PHRA)
420 Fort Duquesne Boulevard
One Gateway Center – Suite 1852
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Ph: 412-261-5537