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Personnel Concepts' Research Department has been tracking trends and changes in labor law compliance and OSHA safety compliance for more than 20 years. Now, with the change in administrations in Washington, D.C., dramatic new shifts in labor law and its enforcement have taken place, first with the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), and later with stricter I-9 enforcement, an increase in EEOC activity, and the mandating of an Employee Rights Poster.
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The Texas Workforce Commission has released a new unemployment benefits notice. The Texas agencyexpanded its Payday Notice for employers that report wages for determining unemployment payment eligibility and rates. Employers that do not report wages to the Texas Workforce Commission should continue to post the existing Payday Notice instead of the new notice that includes instructions...
The Utah Occupational Safety and Health Division has released a revised “Workplace Safety and Health in the State of Utah” notice. Utah OSHA revised the contact information on its Workplace Safety and Health notice to reflect the most current records. To file a safety complaint online or obtain more information employers and employees are directed to the new...
The Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination Development has released a new “Parental Leave” notice. The Commission against Discrimination expanded its maternal leave law to create a gender-neutral parental leave law. Employers with six or more employees must allow eight weeks of unpaid leave for the purpose of giving birth or for the placement of a child under the age of...
The Oklahoma Office of Civil Rights Enforcement has released an updated “Discrimination” notice. The Office of Civil Rights of Enforcement updated its notice by expanding discrimination protection to acts of harassment and retaliation. Also, the web and mailing addresses were revised to reflect the most current records. Subscribers will receive the updated notice by both...
The Connecticut Department of Labor Wage and Workplace Standards Division has released an updated “Paid Sick Leave” notice. The department revised its paid sick leave notice by adding provisions to the dates needed to determine paid sick leave for employees. Employers are only required to provide sick leave if they have 50 or more employees during the week of Oct. 1 each year....
The Missouri Division of Employment Security has released an updated “Unemployment Insurance Benefits” notice. The Division of Employment Security revised its notice to update their process for creating claims and checking claim status for unemployment insurance. Claimants no longer have to file weekly payment requests, but can obtain information about claims already filed via...
The Delaware Department of Labor has released an updated “Discrimination” notice. A new notice is needd because the Delaware Department of Labor Division of Industrial Affairs revised its Persons with Disabilities Employment Protections Act. Effective Feb. 1, 2015, the number of employees to make disability discrimination applicable within the workplace decreased from 15 or more...
The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation released has updated its “Tipped Employees” and “Equal Pay for Equal Work” notices. The Department of Labor updated its Tipped Employees notice with a chart of employer requirements, tip credits allowed and total hourly rates organized by county and wage rate. The Equal Pay notice was revised with contact...
The West Virginia Human Rights Commission has released an updated “Human Rights Act” notice. The West Virginia Human Rights Act notice was revised to update its list of protected classes by replacing “handicap” with “disability” on the notice. Contact information was also updated to include a toll-free number and web address to contact the Human Rights...
The Tennessee Division of Workers’ Compensation has released an updated “Workers’ Compensation Insurance Posting Notice.” The Tennessee Division of Workers’ Compensation updated its posting notice in order to introduce Form C-42, which acts as an agreement between employer and employee for choosing a physician in workers’ compensation cases. Also, the...
The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development has released an updated “Wage and Hour Act” notice. Effective Feb.24, 2015, the minimum wage in the state of Alaska will increase from $7.75 per hour to $8.75 per hour. The $1 increase is the first of two scheduled increases to take place; the second will increase the minimum wage to $9.75 per hour on Jan. 1, 2016. Also,...
The New Hampshire Department of Labor has released a new “Equal Pay” notice. Effective Jan.1, 2015, the New Hampshire Department Labor enacted its Equal Pay Law (RSA 275:37), making it illegal to pay employees different wages for the same work based solely on sex. The non-retaliation provisions of the statute prohibit retaliation against employees that file charges,...
The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries has released an updated “Family Leave Act” notice. Effective immediately, Oregon employers with 25 or more employees must comply with the updates outlined on the revised Family Leave Act notice. “Foster placement” was added as an acceptable act to activate Family Leave. Also, employees are entitled to two weeks of...
The Massachusetts Department of Labor and Workforce Development has released an updated “Minimum Wage” notice. Effective Jan.1, 2015, the minimum wage in the state of Massachusetts increased from $8 per hour to $9 per hour. The $1 increase is the first of three scheduled increases taking place on Jan. 1 of each year until 2017. The new rates will phase in as follows:...
The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation has released a new “Minimum Wage” notice. Effective Jan. 1, 2015, the minimum wage increased from $7.25 per hour to $8.50 per hour. Employers of tipped employees must pay a cash wage of no less than $4.25. The $1.25 increase is the result of recently passed state legislature and does not depict any future adjustments. ...