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FEDERAL UPDATES

STATE UPDATES

All States:
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New Laws Effective July 1,2019

Alabama:
NEW LAW – Alabama Enacts Salary History Ban
Colorado:
NEW LAW: Colorado Is The Latest State To Ban-The-Box
NEW LAW: Colorado Passes New Pay Equity Law Including Salary History Ban
Connecticut:
NEW LAW – Connecticut Expands Its Sexual Harassment Training Requirements
Indiana:
NEW LAW – Indiana Now Allows Payroll Deductions For Uniform Rentals
Maine:
NEW LAW: Maine To Require Employers Provide Mandatory Paid Leave
NEW LAW – Maine Provides Protected Leave For Veterans’ VA Appointments
Maryland:
NEW LAW: Maryland Prohibits Noncompete Agreements For “Low-Wage” Employees
NEW POSTER: Maryland Publishes New Minimum Wage Poster
Minnesota:
NEW LAW: Minnesota New Wage Theft Law Imposes New Requirements On Employers
Nevada:
NEW LAW: Nevada Becomes First State To Ban Pre-Employment Marijuana Drug Tests
NEW LAW: Nevada Defines “Health Benefits” For Purposes of Nevada’s Minimum Wage Laws
NEW LAW: Nevada Minimum Wage To Increase To $12 By 2024
NEW LAW: Nevada Passes Mandatory Paid Leave Law
New Jersey:
Groundbreaking New Jersey Transit Benefit Law
New York:
New York State Election Law Reminder
Oregon:
NEW LAW – Oregon Expands Oregon Family Leave Act To Include Leave For Living Donors
NEW LAW: Oregon Expands Protections to Pregnant Employees
NEW LAW: Oregon Modifies Its Noncompete Law
Why Should a Family Business Investigate Itself?
Tennessee:
NEW LAW – Tennessee Changes Its Independent Contractor Test To The IRS 20-Factor Test
Virgina:
NEW LAW: Virginia Employers Required To Release Personnel Records
Washington:
NEW LAW: Washington Enacts New Noncompete Law
Wisconsin:
The LIRC in Wisconsin determines that Criminal Convictions Deeply Upsetting may NOT be Substantially Related to the Job