Training & Information Program (TIP)
Modern Family Leave – FMLA, PFL, and Disability Law
Date: Thursday, 02/27/2020
Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Region: Capital District
Location: NYSID Headquarters, 11 Columbia Circle Drive, Albany, NY 12203
Event Status: OpenRegister Now ›
John M. Bayi
Esq., SPHR, SHRM-SCP
John Bagyi, Esq., SPHR, partner at Bond, Schoeneck & King, is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources. He counsels and represents employers of all types and sizes in a variety of labor and employment-related contexts. John has served as a guest lecturer at Albany Law School, the University at Albany, Union Graduate School and the Lally School of Business at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). He is a frequent speaker at national, regional and state conferences, including the 2008 National SHRM Conference. He also serves as general counsel to the New York State Society of Human Resource Management. John has been selected for inclusion in New York Super Lawyers Upstate Edition, as well as the Super Lawyers Business Edition and Corporate Counsel Edition of Super Lawyers. John has also been recognized in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Emerging Leaders and, in 2007, was the youngest attorney in New York State listed in The Best Lawyers in America for labor and employment law. Most recently, The Best Lawyers in America named John the 2014 Albany Labor Law - Management and Albany Employment Law- Management “Lawyer of the Year”.
Who Should Attend:
Staff responsible for compliance including Human Resource professionals, Payroll professionals, Supervisors, and other staff who need updates on workplace laws and regulations.
This session will assist participants in understanding and applying family leave under the Family Medical Leave Act and NY’s Paid Family Leave. We’ll explore what’s required, challenges in managing the benefit, and common pitfalls. Through case studies drawn from actual experience, we’ll address lessons learned and practical pointers, particularly in effectively navigating the interplay between PFL and other leave and benefit laws (such as FMLA, ADA, and short term disability pay).