CWC’s State Pregnancy and Lactation Accommodation Laws tool lays out the requirements an employer has related to pregnant and nursing employees in an effort to ensure that our members understand their unique responsibilities in this area.
CWC's State Treatment of Vacation pay summarizes these various state requirements and allows members to quickly see their obligations related to vacation pay, if applicable.
The Labor Department has issued a new “Field Assistance Bulletin” confirming that a telemedicine visit with a health care provider satisfies the requirement that an eligible employee has to meet at least once “in person” with a provider in order to m
There have been two recent developments regarding marijuana use and its workplace implications that we wanted to bring to your attention.
In CWC’s State Leave Laws for Domestic Violence and Crime Victims tool, members can find which states mandate leave for this purpose as well as how they may intersect with other leave laws such as the federal FMLA.
CWC has developed a State Laws for Medical Marijuana resource tool to help navigate this compliance minefield and ensure members are aware of what they may and may not do when it comes to medical marijuana use.
CWC is pleased to introduce a new member resource summarizing those state laws that require employers to disclose the salary range for a position to applicants and in some cases even to current employees who are moving to a different position.
CWC’s State Unpaid Family and Medical Leave tool summarizes these expansions in an easy-to-reference format and provides links to the applicable state statutes should members need a deeper dive.
CWC’s State Criminal Conviction History Restrictions tool lays out the key elements of the current state ban the box laws to help our members navigate their compliance obligations when considering applicants.
CWC’s State Voting Leave tool lists the states that have voting leave mandates and summarizes the actions an employer may be allowed to take when an employee requests leave from work to vote.
CWC’s State and Local Salary History Ban tool breaks down what state and local jurisdictions have enacted bans on seeking an applicant’s prior salary information and whether any exceptions may apply.
CWC’s State Equal Pay Laws helps members quickly see which states have enacted equal pay laws and provides summaries of each law’s specific requirements.
CWC’s State and Local Paid Sick Leave Laws tool lays out the key elements of the current state and local paid sick leave laws to help our members navigate their compliance obligations in administering leave to their employees.
CWC's State Anti-Discrimination Protected Categories resource enables members to see what categories are provided state level protection from employment discrimination in addition to being able to quickly review a specific state's human right's statu
CWC’s NDA and Waiver Requirements resource lays out the key elements of the current state non-disclosure and waiver laws to help our members navigate their compliance obligations.
CWC's State AAP tool helps members quickly locate which jurisdictions have affirmative action requirements for contractors at the state level and determine what those requirements are.
CWC's Local AAP tool helps members quickly locate which jurisdictions have affirmative action requirements for contractors at the local level and determine what those requirements are.
The state of Colorado has issued additional compliance guidance on its controversial new Equal Pay for Equal Work law, which went into effect on 1/1/21.
CWC’s latest monthly update of recent state and local workplace compliance developments summarizes actions of interest taken since our last update in late October.
Our latest update summarizes significant state and local employment law developments occurring over the month.
As the fall elections approach, companies need to be aware that at least half the states have laws that give employees the right to take time off to vote. CWC’s Voting Leave resource summarizes each of these state laws.
California has once again been busy enacting new employment-related legislation, including a new law that will require state employers to file pay and hours-worked data similar to the since discontinued EEO-1 “Component 2” reporting requirements.
Our latest update covers developments of note occurring at the state and local level over the last month. Our next update is likely to focus on California, where several major workplace bills are awaiting the governor’s signature.
States and major localities have been active on the legislative front over the last month, especially with respect to COVID-19-related workplace measures. Our latest “CWC Interstate” provides a summary.
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