The State of Washington has released information to assist employers in meeting their requirements under the Washington Cares Act.
Virginia has enacted legislation, House Bill 1895, which prohibits employers from requiring an employee or prospective employee from executing or renewing a “nondisclosure or confidentiality agreement, including any provision relating to non-disparagement, that has the purpose or effect of concealing the details relating to a claim of sexual harassment … as a condition of employment.” House Bill 1895 takes effect on July 1, 2023.
New York has released an updated model policy and training materials that address sexual harassment and discrimination prevention.
New York has enacted legislation (Senate Bill S4844B), which expands protections under the Nursing Mothers in the Workplace Act. Senate Bill S4844B takes effect on June 7, 2023.
West Virginia has enacted Senate Bill 272, also known as the West Virginia Employment Law Workers Classification Act (the Act). The Act takes effect on June 9, 2021.
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The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in Texas has ruled that employers are prohibited from discriminating against LGBTQ workers under the Texas Commission on Human Rights Act (TCHRA).
The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) has recently released guidance on the Oregon Family Leave Act (OFLA) in the form of frequently asked questions.
New Mexico has enacted legislation (Senate Bill 35) that will require employers to pay high school workers at least the minimum wage per hour.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has clarified the scope of the state's Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA).
The New Jersey Department of Labor (NJDOL) has released guidance clarifying the circumstances in which employers may require their employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccination prior to returning to work.
Michigan has enacted legislation (House Bill 4047) that will provide funding to continue and expand hazard pay for direct care workers.
Kentucky has enacted legislation (House Bill 210) that amends and expands a state law that requires employers to provide leave to employees who adopt a child.
Illinois has enacted legislation (Senate Bill 1480) that restricts the use of conviction records for employment purposes. Senate Bill 1480 took effect immediately.
The Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL) has provided guidance on providing employees pay, leave, and flexibility so they can get the COVID-19 vaccination.
Delaware has enacted legislation (Senate Bill 32) that expressly prohibits employers from discriminating against individuals based on hair texture and protective hairstyles. Senate Bill 32 takes effect immediately.
The cities of Dallas and San Antonio, Texas enacted ordinances that would require employers to provide paid sick leave to covered employees.
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