Safety and workplace compliance regulations and rules can come from many sources at the federal, state, and local government levels. KPA helps our customers stay on top of these developments to ensure their business is safe and compliant.
Here you will find information from the U.S. Department of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Internal Revenue Service, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The below map covers state rules that are soon to take effect or may have just taken effect. We deep dive into everything HR professionals, safety managers, and other business leaders need to know and what they need to do to ensure compliance.
KPA always recommends that businesses seek legal counsel for further advice and guidance on their particular situation.
To help you stay on top of the laws that affect your business, KPA and our friends at the labor and employment law firm, Fisher Phillips have created maps outlining the COVID restrictions in place across the US. In certain states—such as New York, Indiana, and North Dakota—employers must develop written COVID control plans, implement […]
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.
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.
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.
[Updated 6/7/21] Regulatory updates for employers to be aware of in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.
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 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.
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.
Every month we breakdown the upcoming legislative and regulatory deadlines about labor and human resources (HR) you need to know. Looking ahead to the rest of February and March, we’ve got updates from OSHA, the Department of Labor, and the National Labor Relations Board.
This January we're covering hot HR topics for 2020. One area is accommodation laws, including the Family and Medical Leave Act. Question: Does an employee have to use FMLA at the same time as workers’ comp time?