On Aug. 7, 2023, Colorado employers’ workplace obligations will change due to the passage of the Protecting Opportunities and Workers’ Rights Act (the POWR Act). The POWR Act, which GovernorContinue Reading New Act Expands Colorado Anti-Discrimination Law and Limits Non-Disclosure Agreements
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As of July 1, private Florida businesses that employ 25 or more people will be required to implement and use…Continue Reading June 8 Webinar | New E-Verify Law: Guidelines for Florida Employers with Over 25 Employees to Ensure Compliance by July 1
On Jan. 10, 2023, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation (P.L. 2023 c.142) that implements the long-delayed 2020 amendments to New Jersey’s mini-WARN Act, the Millville Dallas Airmotive Plant…Continue Reading New Jersey’s Mini-WARN Act Amendments, Including Mandatory Severance, Now in Effect
New York employers, take note: two new laws will take effect in May 2022: one on notice of electronic monitoring (NY state) and the other on salary range posting (NYC).
Continue Reading Spring Brings New Laws for New York Employers
In a case of first impression, on October 4, 2021, in Adams v. Palm Beach County, U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce E. Reinhart of the Southern District of Florida dismissed…
Continue Reading GT Helps Palm Beach County Secure Dismissal of Wage-and-Hour Class Action Brought by Volunteers
In a much-anticipated decision, the Illinois Appellate Court for the First District has ruled that two separate statutes of limitations apply to violations of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act…
Continue Reading Illinois Appellate Court (First District) Concludes Separate Limitations Periods Apply to Different Violations of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act
Included in the over 650 new laws that went into effect in Texas Sept. 1 was a little-publicized but important set of amendments to the Texas Commission on Human Rights…
Continue Reading What Every Texas Employer Needs to Know About the State’s New Sexual Harassment Law
On Oct. 27, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 192, the latest executive order issued under the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) state of emergency. Effective Nov.
Continue Reading New Jersey Orders Employers to Implement Specific COVID-19 Workplace Safety Protocols