Should You Only Hire Happy People? — Read More
The answer seems simple, right? You’d think that hiring happy people makes for a happy, positive workplace. Or, do happy workplaces create happy employees?
May 2019 Regulatory Updates — Read More
- NEW DATE: EEO-1 Pay Data Reports Due Sept. 30
- Class Arbitration Cases Must Be Outlined in Contracts
- Association Health Plans: Expanded Access Pending
- H-1B Petition Cap Met and Closed, New Data Hub Will Disclose Company Names
- Clarified Direction About Compensation for Volunteer Programs
- Draft 2020 W-4 Form Coming Soon
- Connecticut: New Pregnancy Discrimination Guidance
- Kentucky: Mandatory Arbitration Agreements Permitted; Pregnancy Accommodation Law
- Massachusetts: Paid Leave Guidance; Data Breach Notifications
- Maryland: Baltimore City Lactation Accommodations
- New Jersey: Family Leave Expands
- New Mexico: Bans Criminal History Box; Caregiver Leave; Bans e-Cigarettes; Protects Medical Marijuana Users; Amended Human Rights Act; Right to Work Ordinance Preemption
- New York: NYC Sexual Harassment Training Online; 3 Hours PTO to Vote; Suffolk County Bans Salary History; Westchester County Notice Re: Earned Sick Leave
- Tennessee: Updated Workplace Anti-Bullying Statute
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