Federal Contractors Required to Post Salary Ranges in Job Postings Under Proposed DOL Regulations

In recognition of the 15th anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the Biden Administration has released a proposal that would prohibit federal contractors from using a job applicant’s prior salary... Read more »

US Supreme Court to determine whether exhaustion of state administrative remedies is required before filing federal civil rights claim – JURIST

The US Supreme Court agreed Friday to determine whether a plaintiff must first exhaust all state administrative remedies before bringing a federal civil rights claim before a court. The case, Williams v.... Read more »
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Texas Workforce Commission Issues Required Workplace Violence Reporting Notice

Quick Hits Pursuant to Texas Labor Code Chapter 104A, Texas employers are required to post a notice to employees in English and Spanish related to reporting instances of workplace violence or suspicious... Read more »

Customized Workplace Violence Prevention Plans and Training Now Required

Up-to-date information for employers on topics and issues that may affect workplace operations. The posts are current as of the date of the posting. by Jennifer Shaw and Brooke Kozak | The... Read more »

California Employers Required to Adopt New Comprehensive Workplace Violence Prevention Plans Under Senate Bill No. 553

Topics: New Laws & Legislation, Personnel Policies and Procedures On September 20, 2023, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill No. 553 (“SB 553”) into law, which requires covered California employers to take... Read more »
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