Delaware Gov. John Carney signed the Healthy Delaware Family Act, which will impact employers with at least 10 employees.
Businesses with 100 or more employees now have until June 21 to file their annual EEO-1 form.
Beginning Oct. 1, 2022, Maryland will expand what constitutes unlawful harassment by removing the requirement that the conduct be “severe or pervasive” in certain situations.
The Maryland legislature this month passed the Time to Care Act – a paid family and medical leave insurance program, which impacts all employers with employees in the state.
The city moved from requiring to “strongly recommending” masks be worn in indoor public spaces.
The city will reinstate its indoor mask mandate next week, as COVID-19 cases rise.
If you or any of your employees are exposed to COVID-19, the CDC now provides a calculator to determine next steps.
Application of a focused, economic-reality test to determine if a worker qualifies as an independent contractor once again is in use.
Among other items, a recent U.S. Department of Labor memo sheds light on when no-fault attendance policies violate the law.
Review the EEOC’s answers to frequently asked questions about religious accommodations for COVID-19 vaccine requirements.