Maryland-National Capital Homecare Association

Webinar: Preparing for Montgomery County's new Sick and Safe Leave Law and Changes in Minimum Wage and Qualification for Exempt Employee Status

  • Wednesday, September 07, 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Teleconference

Registration

  • $49.00 per connection

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MNCHA Webinar: Preparing for Montgomery County's new Sick and Safe Leave Law and Changes in Minimum Wage and Qualification for Exempt Employee Status



About the Webinar

On October 1, 2016 Montgomery County's new Earned Sick and Safe Leave Law goes into effect. This law requires all employers operating and doing business in Montgomery County to provide at least some paid Sick Leave to employees performing work in the county. The law has many potential pitfalls regarding such issues as accruing and calculating the amount of leave, when leave can be used, and notice and recordkeeping requirements. This presents special challenges for home care businesses. 


In addition, home care business need to aware of already enacted and proposed future increases in the minimum wage in Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, and Baltimore as well as statewide, and of changes in the Federal minimum salary for exempt employees.

 

Join your colleagues for an informational Webinar on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 from 12:00-1:00 PM. Registration is free for MNCHA members and $49 per connection for non-members. 

All registrants will receive the PowerPoint presentation, a PDF of the new law, and an advisory "brief" on the subject.

 

About the Speaker

This timely training will be presented by Brain Steinbach of Epstein, Becker, Green. Mr. Steinbach is an attorney with a specialty in employment and labor law. He has experience working with home care companies in Maryland and is a frequent speaker for MNCHA. 


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