March Legal Updates
If you’re an existing ComplianceHR client, you can access these updates and robust links to learn more about each of these changes through the PolicySmart™ solution.
The below list contains March Legal Updates, which have been added to the PolicySmart solution in the last month. To view developments taking effect this month, click here.
- Littler Publishes Guide: What COVID-19 Leave is Left?
- Congress Further Relaxes Hiring Restrictions for Banking Personnel with Criminal Histories
- DOL Issues Guidance on Tracking Hours Worked by Teleworkers Who Take Breaks
- NLRB Decision Addresses Interaction between Confidentiality and Nondisparagement Provisions in Severance Agreements and Section 7 Rights
- OFCCP Again Extends Deadline for Submitting Objections to EEO-1 Disclosure, But New Wrinkles Added
- Supreme Court Holds Day Rate Pay Cannot Satisfy the Salary Basis Test
- Littler Spotlights Trends in Pending Legislation
- Arizona Amends Regulations Implementing the Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act, Revising Paid Sick Leave Recordkeeping Requirements
- Arkansas Amends Child Labor Law
- Arkansas Defines Antisemitism for Purposes of Antidiscrimination Law
- Cal/OSHA’s Non-Emergency COVID-19 Regulation Is Approved and in Effect for Next Two Years
- Ninth Circuit Eliminates Obstacles to Enforcement of Employment Arbitration Agreements in California
- San Francisco Issues Paid Military Leave FAQs
- Berkeley, California Adopts Fair Work Week Measures–New Policy Forthcoming
District of Colombia
- D.C. Makes Paid Family Leave Act Regulations Permanent
- New Minnesota Law Establishes Right to Reproductive Health
- Bloomington, MN Amends Sick and Safe Time Ordinance Before it Takes Effect
- Minnesota Enacts the CROWN Act, Prohibiting Discrimination Based on Natural Hair–Includes Updated Policy
- St. Paul Minnesota Amends Sick and Safe Time Ordinance–Now Includes Updated Policy
- New Jersey Enacts Temporary Workers’ Bill of Rights — Includes Notice Requirement
- New Jersey Amends Temporary Disability Benefit Regulations
- New York Delays and Limits Regulation of “Quotas” for Warehouse Workers
- New York Amends Law on Pay Transparency
- New Law in New York Prohibits Cooperation with Out-of-State Abortion Investigations
- Philadelphia Issues Rules on COVID Paid Sick Leave, and Revises “During COVID” Rules for Regular and Healthcare Employee Paid Sick Leave–Policy Updates Forthcoming
- Seattle Becomes the First U.S. Jurisdiction to Prohibit Caste Discrimination
- Wisconsin Employers Can Insist Upon Unpaid Lunch Breaks, Seventh Circuit Rules
Developments Taking Effect This Month
To help keep you on track, below is a reminder of previously enacted laws taking effect in February 2023.
- New Law in New York Prohibits Cooperation with Out-of-State Abortion Investigations (effective 03/03/23)
- Pennsylvania Expands Definition of “Personal Information” for Purposes of Data Security Breach Notification (effective 03/03/23)
- Seattle Becomes the First U.S. Jurisdiction to Prohibit Caste Discrimination (effective 03/25/23)
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