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Hey Compliance Warriors! One of the most frequent questions we get at HelpDeskSuites.com is “Can Providers Release COVID-19 Test Results to Employers?” This is a complicated topic that needs to be FULLY understood. So, check out an explanation by attorney Laura Gerdes Long with Danna McKitrick, PC Attorneys at law. Read on…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Most people are lucky to have one type of sick leave, but now Colorado is passing a law that requires employers to provide three! There’s plenty of “if’s, and’s & butt’s” involved in this law, so for further explanation, read on… Article Via: mondaq.com “The Colorado legislature recently passed SB20-205, the Healthy […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! In this update, USCIS is providing examples of how DHS recommends you notate Form I-9 when remotely inspecting employment authorization and identity documents and then subsequently performing the required physical inspection once normal operations resume. Employers and workplaces that are operating remotely may follow the DHS news release that announced flexibility in […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! With school and summer activity schedules greatly altered as America continues to reopen in the wake of the coronavirus, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division issued two Field Assistance Bulletins (FABs) today to clarify issues relevant to the pandemic’s effects on employees and the workplace. Read on…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! If you are a shareholder, working in an “ESG” styled company, looking to retire, or just follow the market affects on our economy, then this may be a good read for you. If you have no idea what ESG investing is, then this article might help open your eyes to some new […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! In just a few days, Nevada’s minimum wage is going up and there’s several sub-rules involved in that. To learn more, Read on… Article Via: mondaq.com “As most employers are aware, Nevada has a two-tier minimum wage system. Currently, Nevada employers are required to pay their employees a minimum of $8.25 per […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! The U.S. Department of Labor today announced five new opinion letters that provide compliance assistance related to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and how to properly classify overtime-exempt employees in specific situations. Read on…

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On June 17, 2020, OSHA issued new guidance  (which may be found here: https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA4045.pdf) for “non-essential businesses” as they plan for reopening and bringing employees back to work. The guidance is not comprehensive and is intended to supplement resources from other federal, state and local agencies, including, specifically, the White House’s Guidance for Opening up America Again (the […]

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In April, Virginia’s Governor Ralph Northam signed a new bill banning covenants not to compete against “low-wage employees.” As of July 1, 2020, Virginia employers may not enter into, enforce, or threaten to enforce a covenant not to compete with any employee who earns less than $1,137 per week ($59,124 per year).  With this threshold, the […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! In the HR world, we’re constantly looking at changes and waves being made by abundant court cases swaying how we handle things. This article contains a number of ongoing cases in Califonia that have the ability to change how we handle certain situations in the HR world. Read on… Article Via: jdsupra.com […]

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