Archer Employment Law

Peter L. Frattarelli, chair of Archer’s Labor & Employment Law practice group, discusses employers cutting benefits after receiving the PPP loan, in Forbes’ Article, “9 Answers To Your Most Pressing Unemployment Questions”, published June 23, 2020. To read the full article, click here. The post Peter L. Frattarelli Quoted in Forbes Article “9 Answers To Your Most Pressing Unemployment Questions” appeared first on Archer & Greiner.…
Peter L. Frattarelli, chair of Archer’s Labor & Employment Law practice group, discusses returning to the workplace in South Jersey Biz’s Article, “Back to Work: As South Jersey Looks to Reopen Its Economy, Business Leaders Are Adopting New Norms to Make Sure They Do So Safely and Effectively”, published May 27, 2020. To read the full article, click here. The post Peter L. Frattarelli Quoted in South Jersey Biz Article, “Back to Work:
(Click here for printable PDF) PLEASE NOTE: This checklist is intended to offer guidance for employers to consider in planning for and responding to issues as employees return to in-person workplace operations. This checklist is not intended as legal advice. Employers should continuously monitor developments from their federal, state and local governments, as well as public health authorities and consult with counsel when necessary. Can My Employees Return to the Workplace? A. Government Orders Do…
Peter L. Frattarelli, chair of Archer’s Labor & Employment Law practice group, answers the question ‘Can my employer cut benefits after getting PPP?’ in AllBusiness Article “9 Answers to Your Most Pressing Unemployment Question”, published on May 14, 2020. The post Peter L. Frattarelli Quoted in AllBusiness Article “9 Answers to Your Most Pressing Unemployment Question” appeared first on Archer & Greiner.…
Peter L. Frattarelli, chair of Archer’s Labor & Employment Law practice group, will be the speaker for Financial Executives International (FEI) latest webinar, ‘Legal Update: Latest COVID-19 Legal Developments for Employers‘ on April 29th. During this webinar, Mr. Frattarelli will discuss the latest issues facing employers in the COVID-19 crisis. The new guidance and policies for the Paycheck Protection Program will be reviewed, including what monies have to be repaid and prospects…
José Jara will speak at the American Bar Association’s 32nd Annual Real Property, Trust & Estate Law National CLE Conference – The Virtual Experience 2020 (May 14-15).   Jose will be on a panel presenting on “Big Benefits for Small Employers.”  For more information on the conference and to register, please click the following link:  https://rptecleconference.com/ The post José Jara to Speak at the American Bar Association’s 32nd Annual Real Property, Trust & Estate Law National
(Click here for printable PDF) On March 25th, Governor Murphy signed a bill expanding the scope of several New Jersey laws, including the Family Leave Act and Temporary Disability Insurance Law. These expansions were implemented to broaden eligibility requirements in order to enhance employee job protections and benefits by expanding the definition of a “serious health condition” to include an illness caused by an epidemic of a communicable disease, known or suspected…
Peter Frattarelli, chair of Archer’s Labor & Employment Law practice group, gives his thoughts on the recently passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and what it means for small businesses in this ROI-NJ article. The post Taking their time: What small businesses need to know about COVID-related paid leave rules appeared first on Archer & Greiner.…