Does the proliferation of varying and unpredictable new state laws on paid sick leave, parental leave, applicant history and other employment issues keep you up at night? Do you worry about being able to keep up on which new state laws have been enacted and when you have to make changes that will impact your employees and business? We’re here to help.
Every month, Thompson Hine will send you an overview of future state law developments that, as an HR professional or employment counsel, you need to know about. These state-specific changes are combined in one alert that will make it easy to keep on top of your to-do list. And we try to give you advance notice of what changes are coming so you can actually plan for tomorrow instead of triaging for today.
With new state employment laws continuously being enacted, it can be challenging to keep up on each change and ensure that your policies and practices are compliant. We have your solution. This monthly digest is designed to keep you apprised of upcoming major state law changes in areas including paid sick and safe leave laws, family and parental leave, recreational and medicinal marijuana use, workplace gun laws, asking candidates about salary history and unpredictable scheduling. Here’s what’s on the horizon: June 2018
In case you missed it: April 2018
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