MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. CWC is pleased to present an updated version of our California Pay Data Reporting Guide to assist members required to file for the upcoming 2023 reporting cycle. Our guide reflects 2022 amendments to the reporting requireme
Our latest update of state and local workplace compliance requirements covers new developments that have occurred since our last update in December 2022.
Two recent rulings by the Illinois Supreme Court interpreting the state’s controversial Biometric Information Privacy Act raise the stakes for covered Illinois employers that use biometric information.
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. We’ve prepared a handy digest of all of the significant state and local workplace compliance developments that CWC reported on in 2022.
February 22 Web Workshop Scheduled. The California Civil Rights Division has posted new guidance consisting of updated FAQs, reporting templates, and User Guide to assist covered employers with their 2023 pay data reporting requirements. Please join
The Illinois Department of Labor has issued final regulations implementing 2021 amendments to the state’s equal pay law that require covered employers to submit employee pay information to the state in conjunction with applying for a mandatory “equal
Six months after the state legislature passed the bill, New York Governor Kathy Hochul has finally signed into law a measure that, starting this fall, will require covered state employers to include salary information in job postings.
Washington state’s Human Rights Commission has filed a formal complaint against a major airline alleging that the company’s dress code policy discriminates against a nonbinary flight attendant. Although this appears to be a case of first impression,
As a reminder to covered CWC members, the states of California, Washington, and Rhode Island all have new salary disclosure requirements going into effect on January 1, 2023.
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. Our latest update of recent state and local workplace compliance developments covers actions that have occurred since our last update in November.
The New York City Department of Consumer and Workplace Protection (DCWP) has announced that it will delay enforcement of the City’s controversial new artificial intelligence bias audit law from January 1, 2023, to April 15, 2023, due to the “high vol
In less than three weeks, covered employers in California will be required to start complying with the state’s sweeping privacy protection law as it applies to “employment-related information.”
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. Our latest update covers important state and local workplace compliance developments that have occurred since our last update in September.
California recently wrapped up its 2022 legislative session, but not before enacting several new laws that burnish the state’s reputation as a leader in imposing workplace mandates on private sector employers.
The New York City Department of Consumer and Workplace Protection has published proposed rules to implement the City’s new ordinance that will require covered employers to conduct an independent bias audit of any AI tool used and to publish the resul
The U.S. Congress has wrestled for years with trying to find agreement on a comprehensive federal data privacy law. A bill pending in the House of Representatives that has strong bipartisan support suggests the legislators may be getting closer to co
A bill that would expand California’s pay reporting requirements to include additional data as well as require covered employers to include salary information in job postings awaits the Governor’s expected signature.
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. Our latest roundup of notable state and local workplace compliance developments summarizes actions that have been taken since our last update in July, including two new California bills with significant compliance implicati
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. CWC is pleased to provide the latest edition of CWC Interstate, a summary of notable workplace-related state and local compliance developments that have occurred since our last update in May.
This ruling by a divided three-judge panel of the federal appeals court serves as a reminder that a drug testing policy should be clear in its terms and applied consistently in order to minimize potential claims of discrimination.
The latest in our virtual member roundtable discussions focused on the challenges of complying with differing state and local workplace requirements, and the availability of technologies that might assist in helping companies to comply.
A bill approved recently by the NY State legislature will require state employers with four or more employees to post salary information in job postings, including advertisements for a new hire, promotion, or transfer opportunity.
California Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposed state budget for 2022-2023 includes additional funds for California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing that would allow the agency to hire resources to strengthen enforcement of California’s pay da
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. CWC is pleased to provide the latest edition of CWC Interstate, a summary of notable workplace-related state and local compliance developments that have occurred since our last update in early April.
Although a bill recently approved by the House of Representatives that bans discrimination based on a person’s hairstyle probably will not be enacted this year, trend lines suggest that it’s only a matter of time before it becomes law.
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