SIE Event: Sick Leave for Maryland Contractors

May 23, 2018

Member Price: $25.00
Non-Member Price: $45.00


Sick Leave for Maryland Contractors - under the Healthy Working Families Act and Related Law

Guest Presenter:  Matt Kuspa l Lawrence Law, LLC

Special Guest:  Commissioner Matthew Helminiak l Dept. of Labor & Industry


May 23, 2018

8:00 am  -  10:00 am

Members:                   $25.00                                Non-Members:               $45.00

Fazzini’s Taverna

 9811 York Road,Timonium | MD | 21093


8:00 am—8:30 am:   Registration/ Breakfast

8:30 am—9: 45 am: Guest Presentation

9:45 am—10:00 am: Q&A with Commissioner Helminiak


Matthew Kuspa is an associate attorney at Lawrence Law, LLC.  He concentrates his practice in the area of employment law. He advises    employers on employment and labor law compliance, represents employers in responding to EEOC complaints, and drafts handbooks and workplace policies to comply with Maryland State and Federal law.

Attendees will learn:

  •  Your requirements under the MHWFA and related sick leave laws.
  •  Recommendations for modifying your existing policies and procedures.
  •  Your company’s options for modifying your leave programs for compliance with the new law.

Who Should Attend? 

  •  HR Professionals
  •  Business Owners of Subcontracting Companies
  •  Office Managers






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