Posts Tagged ‘labor and employment’

Fall Employment Law Half-Day Seminar

access_time Posted on: September 30th, 2022

Time and date subject to change. Don’t miss this dynamic and interactive half-day seminar with attorneys Christine Nentwig and Zachary Nahass (Co-Chairs of Employment Law at CGA Law Firm) at the Country Club of York. Topics Will Include: · Workplace Investigations – Tips and Strategies for Handling Complex Cases · Employment Agreements – Considerations for Drafting and Enforcement · Requests for Accommodation – Defining Reasonable in a Post-Pandemic World · Union Activity on the Rise – Impact of High-Profile Organizing Campaigns on All Employers Details: 8:00 AM — Registration Opens 8:30 AM — Programming Begins Noon — Lunch There is a… read more »

Labor and Employment Law Virtual Luncheon: Employment Law Update and Preparing to Return to Work

access_time Posted on: May 1st, 2020

CGA offers a primer on preparing your team to return to work. CGA Law firm’s experienced team of employment attorneys will provide proactive business leaders at all levels with an engaging and interactive update of employment laws and a primer on preparing your team of employees to return to work. The featured speakers, Attorneys Zach Nahass and Christine Nentwig, are Co-Chairs of the Labor and Employment Law Department at CGA Law Firm. Join our CGA experts for an enjoyable and informative working-lunch during which hosts will encourage participants to share their insights, ask questions, and share valuable tips. We look forward to seeing you there!… read more »

COVID-19 Update: Workplace Response to COVID-19/ Coronavirus

access_time Posted on: March 17th, 2020

As of this writing, the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. There are nearly 1700 cases in the US and 22 cases in Pennsylvania. That number is expected to continue to rise, particularly as testing protocols improve. On a local level, Pennsylvania has experienced multiple school and business closures, Maryland and Ohio have suspended public school classes, and in nearby Montgomery County all schools, gyms, and daycare centers have closed and officials are asking all non-essential businesses to offer paid sick leave and allow employees to work from home.  Nationally, numerous resorts, theme parks and cruise lines… read more »