Alabama has enacted legislation (Senate Bill 31) that requires certain employers to provide leave to adoptive parents. Senate Bill 31 takes effect July 1, 2022.
The State of Washington has enacted legislation (House Bill 1794), which requires employers to reimburse employees for certain bank fees. House Bill 1794 takes effect on June 9, 2022.
Utah has enacted a new law that provides immunity for certain types of employers that hire employees with a criminal background. The new law will automatically expire on July 1, 2025.
Tennessee has enacted legislation (Senate Bill 1823) that requires employers that mandate COVID-19 vaccinations to allow certain exemptions. Senate Bill 1823 is effective immediately.
Oregon has enacted legislation (Senate Bill 1514) that temporarily re-defines compensation under the state’s Equal Pay Act (the Act). Senate Bill 1514 is effective immediately and is scheduled to end on Sept. 28, 2022.
Oregon has enacted a Final Rule (BLI 3-2022) that permanently allows an employee to use sick time for certain public health emergencies. The Final Rule is effective immediately.
The New York City Commission on Human Rights (NYCCHR) has released additional guidance on its pay transparency law, which takes effect on May 15, 2022.
On April 7, 2022, Governor Mills of Maine signed into law H.P. 160, which requires employers to pay out all accrued, unused vacation at the time of separation. This requirement becomes effective on Jan. 1, 2023.
Malibu, California has announced that the minimum wage for the City will increase.
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