Every state recommends people wear face coverings when possible. But many states require more stringent mask use to stop the spread of coronavirus. See what your state requires or recommends with this interactive map.
In our monthly round up, HR professionals need to know about DOL's response to Trump's Stereotyping Order, California's changes to the Consumer Privacy Act,, the Ill. harassment training deadline, and NYC's changed paid sick and safe law.
As employers review their policies and ask themselves whether they can require vaccinations (for the flu or COVID-19) there are several points to consider.
In our monthly round up, HR professionals need to send Medicare Part D coverage notices, post a time off to vote poster in Calif. and New York, and more.
Some people have disabilities or medical reasons for not complying with a face covering policy. Learn how to provide reasonable accommodations under the ADA.
Employee refuses to wear a face covering? As employers develop face covering policies to minimize the spread of COVID-19, this comes up more often.
Visa fees are increasing while the Labor Dept. changes opioid guidance, Maryland enacts a Mini-WARN law, and Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, and Virginia make other HR-related changes.
Are your employees wearing their masks properly and consistently? Learn how to develop and implement a safe and compliant workplace face covering policy.
This month we've rounded up 6 changes from the federal government including increased I-9 fines and employer's rights to discipline employee conduct. Meanwhile, California changes the red flag law related to gun violence, and Colorado, New York, Illinois, and South Carolina make other HR-related regulatory changes.