Clark Hill Attorney Stephen R. Gee to Present “How to Not Get Sued Under Michigan’s New Paid Sick Leave Law" Webinar on December 7, 2018
Grand Rapids, MI – Stephen R. Gee will present the webinar, “How to Not Get Sued Under Michigan’s New Paid Sick Leave Law" on December 7, 2018. Employer-provided paid sick leave is coming to Michigan starting in late Spring 2019. As a result, many Michigan employers (public and private) are chomping at the bit to find out what the final terms of the law will be and what impact it will have on them and their current work policies. In this webinar, we will summarize what the legislatively-amended Earned Sick Time Act requires and provide a practical overview on what Michigan employers should do to comply with the law. For more information and registration, visit www.clarkhill.com/events.
Stephen R. Gee is in the Labor & Employment Business Unit in Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids office. Stephen counsels employers on federal, state, and local labor and employment law compliance Stephen also represents clients in collective bargaining negotiations, grievance and interest arbitrations, and in discrimination and retaliation matters before federal and state administrative agencies as well as labor and employment agreement implementation, interpretation, and compliance.
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