Several states, the District of Columbia, and the city of Seattle have laws requiring organizations to provide their employees with reimbursement for any “necessary work-related expenses.”
In a rare move, the Oregon and Washington state agencies that oversee each state’s paid family and medical leave programs have issued joint guidance on how to make the employer contribution for family leave when more than one state is involved.
The WARN Act requires that certain employers provide written notice of massive layoffs or factory closings to employees and government regulators 60 calendar days before the terminations occur.
California employers have to contend with a multitude of compliance requirements. Read this guide for best practices for handling workplace investigations.
As currently written, AB257 will go into effect after labor groups secure signatures from 10,000 fast-food restaurant employees.
Employers in San Francisco have a new paid public health leave requirement to follow — in addition to the city's already existing paid sick leave law.