Tag: Regulatory Update
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.
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.
Everything you need to know from the recent Supreme Court rulings, overtime pay calculations, and I-9 verification to changes in 8 states like Colorado, Illinois, and New York.
Every month, we put together the upcoming HR-related regulatory changes that businesses should be aware of. California released a sexual harassment training and increased paid family leave benefits.
Every month we break down all of the upcoming federal, state, and local regulatory changes related to Human Resources (HR) and labor topics. Check out the latest about remote employee I-9 e-verification, and 5 states update HR regulations (Colorado, Illinois, New Mexico, Virginia, Washington).
Although the coronavirus is ongoing, employers need to be aware of other regulatory changes taking effect outside of the pandemic. Employers in Toledo, Ohio and Dallas, Texas, should be aware of employment regulations.
Although the Coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on HR regulations, there are other requirements taking effect in the next month that you may need to know about.
From tax credits to the Emergency FMLA, here are a few key facts employers should know about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).
[Last Updated 5/4/2020] We've revamped all of our state information to make way for what employers need to know and plan for states' regulatory changes for reopening.