The New York State Department of Labor recently updated its previously published COVID-related guidance to address how New York State employers should handle certain related COVID-19 sick leave issues.
This supplemented guidance, issued on January 20, 2021 and available HERE, boils down to four key takeaways:
As employers can see, there continues to be emerging COVID sick pay parameters that must be carefully followed. As further guidance is published, we will provide additional information as appropriate. If you have any questions relating to this eAlert or any other COVID-19 issue, please contact NFC’s COVID-19 Response Team as we are closely monitoring the rapidly changing legal landscape relating to this global pandemic. Please feel free to reach out to the NFC Attorney with whom
you typically work or call us directly.
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