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If you’ve laid off an employee that you weren’t entirely satisfied with, are you legally obligated to bring them back to work?
Today, Larry Heller is joined by Glenn J. Franklin, managing partner of Franklin, Gringer & Cohen, P.C., to answer employment-law questions, like the one above, which are particularly relevant during COVID-19.
Glenn gives expert advice on how employers can protect themselves against litigation. He also shares what employers need to know about the new New York State Sick Leave (NYSSL) law.
In this episode, you will learn:
- The difference between a layoff, a furlough, and termination
- Whether employees are entitled to unemployment insurance when laid off or terminated
- Whether employers are legally obligated to bring laid off employees back to work
- Why employers would spare themselves a lot of grief by following the golden rule
- The new details on NYSSL
- And more!
Tune in to learn what goes into a solid strategy that will help protect you from litigation.
Resources: Heller Wealth Management: (631) 293-2806 | Franklin, Gringer & Cohen, P.C.: (516) 228-3131