Date(s) - March 23, 2021
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Just Cause Discipline for Fast Food Workers in NYC
The New York City Council recently passed a bill (Int. 1415-A) that limits when a fast food employer can discharge a fast food worker, only permitting terminations for “just cause” or a “bona fide economic reason.” The new law takes effect on July 4, 2021. It adds new sections to the previously passed Fair Workweek Law (the FWW), utilizing and building upon the enforcement mechanisms provided to New York City’s Department of Workplace and Consumer Protection (DCWP). The new law allows discharged fast food workers to take their case to arbitration or to bring a lawsuit. What do workers, unions, and employers need to know?
Brad Lander, New York City Councilmember, who represents the 39th District in Brooklyn and serves as City Council Deputy Leader for Policy
Paul Sonn, State Policy Program Director, National Employment Law Project
Lisa M. Griffith, Partner, Littler Mendelson, P.C.
William A. Herbert, Distinguished Lecturer, Hunter College and LERA NYC Chapter Secretary
This event will take place remotely via Zoom, and you will receive the Zoom information to join the meeting after you submit your booking. Please keep this information safe, and do not share it in a public space to discourage those who would join only to be disruptive.
1.5 New York State CLE credits will be offered for this program. Please find bios and other handouts for the event here: NYC-LERA-Bios-and-Handouts_Mar2021.
Bookings and Pricing
This webinar is compliments of NYC LERA for members and non-members alike! Though registration is complimentary for everyone, we do ask that you complete the booking form below and submit to reserve your seat.
Membership in NYC LERA
Please renew your chapter membership or consider joining at our reduced rates, below, to help us to continue to provide vital content beyond the pandemic. For membership, visit: https://lerachapter.org/nyc/membership-account/membership-levels/.
2020-21 ACADEMIC YEAR, SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP PRICING
Individual Membership: $20.00
Full-time Student Membership: Free
Unemployed Persons: Free
Organizational membership: $100.00
Bookings are closed for this event.