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Tennessee’s Gun-Free Workplaces Must Heed New Notice Requirements

Tennessee generally allows employers to prohibit employees and other individuals from possessing weapons on properties owned or operated by employers. The primary exception to this general rule concerns individuals with...more

Private Employer Posting Requirements: Prohibition Of Guns In The Workplace

With recent events regarding gun violence, employers should be aware that several states require private employers to post notices if they ban guns at the workplace. An employer’s obligation regarding specific language and...more

Kansas Amends Concealed Carry Law for Public Employers

On July 1, 2016, the Kansas concealed carry law will change. A public employer may no longer prohibit an employee from carrying a concealed handgun on the job. In addition, a municipality must now have adequate postings,...more

Los Angeles Implements Paid Sick Leave Policy That Doubles State Mandate

On June 1, 2016, the Los Angeles City Council finalized the City’s paid sick leave ordinance. Effective July 1, 2016, Los Angeles employers with 26 or more employees must provide employees with paid sick leave benefits, while...more

Voters Approve Paid Sick Leave Changes in San Diego and San Francisco

After enduring years of drought, California employers find themselves in a phenomenon of equal concern: a cruel summer. In the span of one month, two new local paid sick leave laws were signed and amendments to two existing...more

DOL Issues New FMLA Poster and Guidance

As any employer should know, there are certain posters that you are required to display that inform employees of their rights under the various employment laws. One of those posters advises them of their rights under the...more

Employment Law Roundup: Summary of Recent Changes Affecting New York Employers

Private employers in New York should be aware of a number of employment law changes over the past year that affect background checks (both credit and criminal history), anti-discrimination protections and reasonable...more

Post Haste: EEOC Increases Penalties for Posting Violations

Seyfarth Synopsis: The EEOC has increased penalties for failure to post notice violations under Title VII, the ADA and GINA by 150%. The increase will go into effect on July 5, 2016. ...more

Don’t Get Sandbagged - OSHA Releases Final Silica Rule

Seyfarth Synopsis: OSHA’s new Silica Rule will have a lasting effect on nearly 2.3 million workers and over 675,000 employers. The chances are high that the new Silica Rule will affect your business and may require you to...more

The DOL’s New FMLA Poster – Does It Impact Your FMLA Policy?

By now, you’re likely aware (and if you’re not, you should be) that, in April, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”)issued a new “Employee Rights Under The Family And Medical Leave Act” poster, to replace the prior poster on...more

ACA Nondiscrimination Regulations Finalized

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has issued final regulations under Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) which prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or...more

OSHA Update: OSHA’s New Anti-Discrimination Requirements – What Every Human Resource Professional Needs to Know

On May 11, 2016, OSHA amended its Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Rule. While much attention has been paid to the new requirements that employers electronically submit their injury and illness records to OSHA starting in...more

New OSHA Reporting and Anti-Retaliation Rules

On May 11, 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) finalized a rule which will expand employer requirements to record and submit records of workplace injuries and illnesses. The final rule also contains...more

Employment Law - May 2016 #2

Defend Trade Secrets Act Becomes Law - Why it matters - Passed by an overwhelming majority of the federal legislature, the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) became law with President Barack Obama's signature on May...more

U.S. Department of Labor Issues New Employer's Guide to the FMLA and New FMLA Poster

New: Employer's Guide to the Family and Medical Leave Act - If you are an employer covered by the FMLA, the U.S. Department of Labor has published a new "Employer's Guide to the Family and Medical Leave Act." The guide...more

USDOL Publishes New FMLA Employee Guide and Poster

As employers covered by the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) can attest, administering the FMLA’s regulatory framework at the employee level can consume substantial time and resources. Despite the expense associated with...more

How Gov't Contractors Can Avoid Pay Transparency Mishaps

The final rule implementing Executive Order 13665 (the Pay Transparency Act) went into effect on Jan. 11, 2016. The act prohibits employers from requiring their employees to keep their compensation confidential. Under the new...more

Big Bucks for Baby-Bonding: San Francisco Passes Employer-Paid Parental Leave Ordinance

Staying true to form, earlier this month San Francisco passed the nation’s first fully-paid parental leave law known as the Paid Parental Leave for Bonding with New Child Ordinance (“Paid Parental Leave Ordinance”). ...more

Connecticut Businesses Should Exercise Caution on DOL’s New FMLA Guide for Employers

Over the years in the employment law “blawgosphere” (isn’t there a better term by now?), I’ve had the pleasure of meeting with and conferring with several other attorneys who blog. One of those is Jeff Nowak, whose FMLA...more

Utah Law Requiring Employers to Provide Reasonable Accommodations Related to Pregnancy and Breastfeeding to Take Effect May 10,...

Utah recently passed a new law, which will be effective May 10, 2016, designed to provide additional workplace protections to employees who are pregnant, breastfeeding and/or dealing with other related conditions. Under...more

DOL Requires Employers to Use New FMLA Poster, Publishes Guide to Help Employers Administer FMLA

Earlier today, the Department of Labor announced that it soon will require employers across the country to post a new DOL general FMLA Notice in their workplaces.  In issuing this new directive, the agency also unveiled a new...more

San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City To Require Employer-Funded Paid Parental Leave

This month, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance that provides six weeks of parental leave for bonding with a new child at 100% of the employee’s rate of pay (subject to certain caps). The...more

Bonding by the Bay: San Francisco Mandates Paid Parental Leave

On April 21, 2016, Mayor Ed Lee signed an ordinance (File No. 160065) making San Francisco the first municipality to require private employers to compensate employees while on parental bonding leave. Under the law, dubbed the...more

The California Edition of the Employment & Labor Newsletter

Take a Seat! California Supreme Court Provides Clarity on California’s Suitable Seating Laws - A recent ruling by the California Supreme Court on suitable workplace seating arrangements will affect a vast number of...more

New Legislation Makes San Francisco the First City to Mandate Fully Paid Parental Leave for Employees

On April 5, 2016, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved legislation that would require most San Francisco employees to receive six weeks of fully paid parental leave. The new ordinance requires nearly...more

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