More Changes for California—Updated State Poster Required

California’s Transgender Rights in the Workplace notice and the combined Unemployment Insurance/Disability Insurance/Paid Family Leave notice have just been updated. What Employers and Employees Need to Know Transgender Rights in the Workplace The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) updated the notice to include a new language related to bathroom privacy. Where possible, employers should provide an easily accessible unisex single-stall bathroom for use by any employee who

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New Rules for Applying for Temporary Disability & Caregiver Benefits in Rhode Island

Rhode Island just updated its Unemployment/Disability Benefits notice, which has a new revision date of 7/2017. Keep reading to find out all the details employers and employees need to know. Here’s What’s Changing—Or Not—in the “Ocean State” Most of the information on the notice remains the same, including the Unemployment Insurance Benefits and Employment and Training Services sections. In addition, the eligibility requirements for Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) and Temporary

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2009 CA—ADA, UI & PFL

Provisions for Unemployment, Disability, and Paid Family Leave Benefits The California Employment Development Department has updated the Notice to Employees labor law poster that includes provisions for paying Unemployment (UI), Disability (ADA), and Paid Family Leave (PFL) benefits.   The mandatory California labor law poster includes a new website for filing an unemployment claim on the internet. It also includes new information about filing for unemployment by mail or by fax.

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New Jersey Family Leave 2009

New Jersey employers must display a new labor law poster concerning Family Leave Insurance provisions of the state’s Temporary Disability Benefits Law that provide for payments beginning on July 1, 2009. New Jersey will provide up to six weeks of Family Leave Insurance benefits for covered employees to bond with newborns or newly adopted children and to care for a family member with a serious health condition. The new law

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