- Washington Bans Wage and Salary Inquiries for Job Applicants May 23, 2019Washington has adopted a new law, effective July 28, 2019, that prohibits employers from seeking information about an applicant's wage or salary history.
- Florida Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Workspaces May 20, 2019Florida has amended its smoking laws to prohibit vaping, as well as smoking (which was already prohibited), in enclosed indoor workplaces.
- Arizona Amends Mini-COBRA Law to Apply to Fewer Employers May 20, 2019Beginning July 27, 2019, Arizona employers with 1-19 employees that offer a fully insured group health insurance plan will be required to comply with the state’s mini-COBRA law.
- Oklahoma Extends Voting Leave to In-person Absentee Voting May 14, 2019On May 6, 2019, Oklahoma amended its voting leave law to require employers to allow employees 2 hours of leave to cast their ballots on the day of an election or on a day legally designated as an absentee voting day.
- San Francisco Minimum Wage to Increase July 1 May 14, 2019Starting July 1, 2019, the minimum wage rate in San Francisco will increase to $15.59 per hour.
- EEOC Will Collect 2017 and 2018 Pay Data May 6, 2019The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) is advising employers subject to the EEO-1 filing requirement to begin preparing to submit Component 2 data for calendar year 2017.
- NM: New Law Limits Adverse Employer Actions on Medical Marijuana May 3, 2019Under a new law, effective June 14, 2019, New Mexico employers are generally prohibited from taking an adverse employment action against an applicant or employee based on conduct allowed under the state medical marijuana law.
- New Mexico Employers Prohibited From Making Certain Arrest and Conviction Inquiries May 3, 2019Under a new law, New Mexico employers generally may not inquire about an applicant’s arrest or conviction history on a written or electronic employment application.
- Maine Employers May Not Inquire About Prospective Employees’ Compensation History April 30, 2019Under a new law, Maine employers are generally prohibited from using or inquiring about a prospective employee’s compensation history from him or her or a current or former employer.
- Clarifying California's Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Requirements April 25, 2019In 2018, California passed new sexual harassment prevention training requirements that impact California employers with 5 or more employees. To clear up misconceptions regarding those requirements, read this quick summary.
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