When employees fail to report for work without prior notice ("no call/no show"), they can leave employers scrambling to find a replacement. After a number of no calls/no shows, many employers will consider the job abandoned. To address this, employers often include job abandonment guidelines in their attendance policies. Here are some points to consider when drafting and enforcing these policies.
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The following states or localities have recently announced new minimum wage increases.
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It is almost time for the Massachusetts HIRD filing. Massachusetts law requires employers to file a HIRD form on an annual basis containing information about employer sponsored insurance.
Oklahoma has enacted legislation (Senate Bill 1345), which provides wage payment options for employers. Senate Bill 1345 takes effect on Nov.1, 2022.
The Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML) has announced the 2023 contribution rates for the state’s Paid Family and Medical Leave program.
The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (NJCRC) has released guidance and provided a sample form to help employers address workplace impairment due to employee cannabis use.
Florida has now released the poster required to be posted in the workplace regarding the minimum wage increase in the state.
California has enacted legislation (Assembly Bill 1949) that will require employers with five or more employees to offer bereavement leave. Assembly Bill 1949 takes effect Jan. 1, 2023.
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