Major changes to the Title IX regulations go into effect on August 14, 2020 and will drastically alter what schools have to do to ensure compliance. Every school system needs to ensure its staff are ready for these changes!
The Employment & Labor Group at Drummond Woodsum invites you to its quarterly complimentary virtual Human Resource gathering via Zoom. Join us as we share with you what the most pressing employment issues are that we are facing. We will also listen to and try to answer your questions about leave and other critical issues.
Drummond Woodsum is one of 21 Founders of the Racial Justice Fund launched by the Maine Justice Foundation this week. The 21 Founders, represent a wide range of Maine companies, law firms and professional services who are committed to racial equity and have made financial gifts in the amount of $10,000 each to create the Fund. The Racial Justice Fund will support education and advocacy aimed at achieving racial justice, equity and eliminating racism. The goal of the Fund is to support Black, Indigenous, and people of color and to forge social, systemic, and economic solutions to combat racism in our culture, organizations and systems in Maine.
Join us for an hour-long presentation covering some of the most important legal issues that can arise in virtual learning environments. This webinar will help school officials identify these issues, and will offer practical advice about measures to take to help avoid legal non-compliance.
On Saturday, August 8, the President issued an Executive Order (EO) directing the Treasury to defer the withholding, deposit, and payment of the employee-share of Social Security tax (6.2%) otherwise due on wages paid to certain employees from 9/1/20 – 12/31/20. ...
While the coronavirus pandemic continues, districts are moving forward with planning for the 2020-2021 school year utilizing a remote instruction model, an in-person instruction model, or a hybrid model. This planning has been complicated by, among other things, employee requests for accommodation or leave.
While the coronavirus pandemic continues, employers, including local governments, are continuing to receive requests from employees for workplace accommodations and/or leaves of absence. In light of COVID-19, the analysis of these questions has only become more complicated ...