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Category: Legislative Updates

Colorado, the Latest State to Expand Paid Sick Leave

In August 2023, Colorado expanded employees’ rights under Colorado’s paid sick leave law. The new amendments to the Colorado Healthy Families and Workplace Act (“HFWA”), which originally passed in 2022, allows employees additional uses of …

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New York Legislature Passes Bill Banning Employers From Considering “Sealed” Convictions in Employment Decisions

The New York legislature passed Assembly Bill 1029C (“the Clean Slate Act”) this week, sending yet another bill impacting employers to New York Governor Holcolmb’s desk (currently legislation banning all non-competes in New York is …

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Racist Computers? EEOC issues guidance for companies using artificial intelligence for employee recruitment.

Are you using artificial intelligence (“AI”) to support HR-related activities? If so, have you asked your AI vendor how they protect against bias? If not, you should. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), in a …

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The Trend Continues: Minnesota Adopts Paid Sick and Safe Leave, also Adopts Safe and Sick Leave

Earlier this month, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed into law bills that provide Minnesotan employees with paid family leave and paid sick leave. The programs will be funded through employer and employee contributions. Employers with …

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Supreme Court set to Hear Religious Accommodation Case- Could Test Decades Long Standard

Later today, the United States Supreme Court is set to hear opening remarks in a former postal worker’s claim of religious discrimination against the U.S. Postal Service (the “USPS”) after he was repeatedly disciplined for …

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Anti-Trust Laws Could Result in Criminal Charges for Companies’ Utilizing No-Poach Agreements

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is attacking no-poach hiring agreements, a trend that could have a lasting impact on how companies solicit/secure employees. This trend started in 2016, when they issued guidelines on how to avoid antitrust …

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