Eagan, Minn. – Navigating the complex terrain of paid leave laws has never been more crucial, given the evolving landscape of legislative updates. As businesses strive to stay compliant, informed and responsive, an insightful opportunity is on the horizon.
Join GovDocs on Wednesday, Sept. 27, for a free webinar titled “What’s New: Paid Leave in 2023.” Presented by Jana Bjorklund, GovDocs Senior Counsel, Employment Law, this event will provide invaluable insights into the latest developments surrounding paid leave legislation in 2023.
Throughout this session, attendees will delve into the following key areas:
New Paid Sick Leave Laws: Explore the latest paid sick leave laws that have been enacted this year. Uncover the intricacies, implications, and compliance requirements under these new laws.
Paid Family and Medical Leave Laws: Discover the paid family and medical leave laws introduced and passed in 2023. Gain clarity on how these regulations can impact businesses and employees alike.
Recent Amendments to Existing Paid Leave Laws: Stay up to date with the alterations made to existing paid leave laws.
Jana Bjorklund brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this session. With her deep understanding of employment law, she is uniquely poised to provide attendees with practical insights, actionable advice and a comprehensive understanding of the changing paid leave landscape.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a competitive edge in the realm of employment law. What’s New: Paid Leave in 2023 will be held 1-1:45 p.m. CDT Wednesday, Sept. 27. This free webinar is open to all professionals interested in understanding the nuances of paid leave laws. The webinar will also be recorded and available online to view after Wednesday, Sept. 27 to those who have registered. To reserve a spot, please register at govdocs.com.
GovDocs simplifies employment law compliance for large employers in the U.S. and Canada. The GovDocs software program integrates three solutions in one convenient place to help master the employment laws impacting businesses. Whether businesses manage labor law posters, minimum wage or paid leave programs, their products cut through research time, provide proactive insights into the ever changing landscape of employment laws and reduce the risk of noncompliance. The company is headquartered in Eagan, Minn.
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