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The Top 5: Which States Have Passed the Most Employment Laws Requiring Workplace Postings?

Mandatory workplace postings are fairly straightforward at the federal level. But when it comes to state- and local-level postings, it’s quite a different undertaking. Especially if you operate in five particular states, you should expect more employment laws and, in turn, posting requirements. Take a look at the legislative trends arising in these states, that may one day impact other states, as well.

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New COVID-Related Laws Lead to Spike in Employment Lawsuits: Is Your Business in the Clear?

The emergence of new COVID-related laws during the pandemic has led to a concerning spike in employment violations and lawsuits. Take a closer look at the claims that are coming to the forefront, and learn what steps to take to avoid similar legal issues with your business.

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Are You Aware of (and Complying with) the Latest State and Local Labor Laws Protecting Workers?

A steady rise in state and local labor laws demand careful attention by employers. These laws cover a range of topics — from paid sick leave and natural hair discrimination to salary history and predictable scheduling. Know whether your state, county or city is affected, so you can adequately protect your workers and maintain compliance with the rules and any related posting requirements.

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A Guide to the Latest, State-Specific COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave Laws

As employers grapple with the realities of COVID-19 — and its impact on their day-to-day operations and employee management — it’s important to keep any eye on state-specific COVID-19 leave laws. At the federal level, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires employers to provide ...

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Did You Know? Employee Handouts for COVID-19 Are Required at the Federal, State and Local Level

The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in extensive new legislation impacting employers of all sizes. In addition to understanding how these laws impact your business, you’re now responsible for communicating pertinent information to employees. Employee handouts for COVID-19 are necessary under a handful of circumstances, such as requesting sick leave or filing an unemployment claim.

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