SB 553 Workplace Violence Prevention Compliance

In this episode, Jen reminds employers about the new California workplace violence prevention law, Senate Bill 553. Source link Reach Out Don’t hesitate to reach out to us to discuss your specific... Read more »

California Announces Investigative Sweep into CCPA Compliance

Last week, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced an investigative sweep of providers of streaming services to determine whether these businesses are complying with California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) opt-out requirements for... Read more »
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Reasonable Accommodation and the ADA: New Cases Highlight Compliance Tips for Employers (Podcast)

Reasonable Accommodation and the ADA: New Cases Highlight Compliance Tips for Employers (Podcast) Source link Reach Out Don’t hesitate to reach out to us to discuss your specific needs. Our team is... Read more »

The City of San Diego Releases Guidance on Compliance with State and Local Paid Sick Leave

On January 1, 2024, California’s Senate Bill (SB) 616 takes effect, increasing the amount of paid sick leave employers are required to provide to California employees. In the new year, employers will be required... Read more »

United States | DOJ DHS Publish Fact Sheet on I-9 E-Verify Compliance Obligations

United States | DOJ DHS Publish Fact Sheet on I-9 E-Verify Compliance Obligations Source link Reach Out Don’t hesitate to reach out to us to discuss your specific needs. Our team is... Read more »

Proposed Regulations for the Illinois Paid Leave for All Workers Act Offer Employers a Mixed Bag for Compliance

Illinois Department of Labor issued proposed regulations to implement the Illinois Paid Leave for All Workers Act, which requires most Illinois employers to provide up to 40 hours of paid leave per... Read more »

Navigating Employee Vacation Pay and Accrual in California: A Guide for Employers

Topics: Court Decisions, Wage & Hour Issues As reported in last month’s CDF Wage & Hour Task Force blog post, a recent Ninth Circuit panel in Harstein v. Hyatt Corporation, held that... Read more »

The Time for Long-Term Part-Time Employee Eligibility Compliance Has Nearly Arrived!

When the original SECURE Act was passed in 2019, compliance with its new long-term part-time employee rule seemed far in the future—way out to January 1, 2024. Well, that time is nearly... Read more »

Jason Gavejian Comments on Launch of Website Compliance Assessment Tool

Jason Gavejian comments on the relevance of website tracking technologies and their potential litigation and regulatory risks in “Legal Tech Rundown: LegalZoom Announces Gen AI Assistant, Jackson Lewis Launches Assessment Tool, and... Read more »

In A First For A State Bar, Florida To Provide All Members With Free Trust Accounting Software To Help Ensure Compliance And Protect The Public

In what appears to be a first for a state bar association, The Florida Bar is providing each of its 110,000 members with free access to legal trust accounting software – a... Read more »

New York Department of Health Sets New Due Dates for Submission of Home Care Worker Wage Parity Compliance Certifications and Statements

On September 21, 2023, the New York Department of Health (DOH) issued guidance addressing the due dates for Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MMCOs), Certified Home Health Agencies (CHHAs), Licensed Home Care Services... Read more »

New Internal Revenue Service Compliance Guidelines

Friday, September 15, 2023 Following our initial reaction to the Internal Revenue Service’s strategic operating plan to spend $80B in funding allocated from the Inflation Reduction Act, Polsinelli’s Tax attorneys continue to monitor the... Read more »
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