Tag: Regulatory Update
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 4/7/2020] As states respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, regulations are expanding and new ones put in place. We've put together a list of COVID-19-related state and local regulations that have changed and how it impacts employers.
KPA breaks down new COVID-19 federal regulations, including a tax deadline extension, and more.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act provides paid leave to employees forced to miss work because of the COVID-19 outbreak through an emergency expansion of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and a new federal paid sick leave law.
Every month we break down California's regulatory changes. This month California released coronavirus guidance in addition to employer security screenings.
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 CDC's employer guidance about the coronavirus and 7 state/local governments are making employment-related changes.
California updates and releases posters, answers sexual harassment training questions, and more.
Every month we breakdown the upcoming legislative and regulatory deadlines about labor and human resources (HR) you need to know. This month, we have updates from Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Washington.