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California Employers Must Post 2022 State and Local Labor Law Changes


California employers beware: since January 1, 2022, California employers have made four statewide legal changes that affect the rights of employees. In addition, employers need to be aware of the new living wage ordinances specific to certain localities. These new laws require updated labor law posters for employees. We highlight these changes below, starting with […]

Ohio Know Your Rights Notice Updated


In April 2021, the Ohio Civil Rights Commission issued a new version of its “Know Your Rights” poster. This labor law poster explains the protections for employees under the Ohio Civil Rights Act. The poster previously protected employees and applicants from unlawful discriminatory employment practices, including harassment, discrimination, and retaliation, based on their race and […]

Sexual Harassment Laws Apply to Small Businesses TOO

Sexual Harassment Training

The trend continues: three more states now require large and small employers to train their employees to prevent workplace sexual harassment. Connecticut As part of the Time’s Up Act, Connecticut employers with at least three employees need to provide sexual harassment training. This includes training on the illegality of sexual harassment and remedies available to […]

CA Sexual Harassment Training

Sexual Harassment Training

In 2018, a new California law went into effect that requires employers with five or more employees to provide training on sexual harassment prevention to all employees: one hour of training for rank-and-file employees and two hours of training to their supervisors. (Previously, California’s sexual harassment training law covered only employers with 50 or more […]

Another Update for California—Workplace Discrimination

Based on new sexual harassment training requirements, California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) just released an updated version of the Workplace Discrimination and Harassment notice. California posters—featuring the discrimination change as well as the 2019 minimum wage (which we reported on earlier in December)—will soon be on their way to our customers. What Employers Need […]

New & Updated Laws That Apply to All Illinois Employers

The Illinois Department of Human Rights has published a new, more streamlined version of the former Employment Rights notice. The newly titled Discrimination and Sexual Harassment notice, which has a publication date of 9/18, places greater emphasis on an employee’s right to be free from unlawful sexual harassment. The Illinois Attorney General’s office has just released the notice for […]

Delaware Updates Minimum Wage and Discrimination Laws

Effective January 1, 2019, Delaware’s minimum wage is going up, the state’s new youth & training minimum wage goes into effect, and new requirements related to unlawful sexual harassment will be enforced. Wow! There’s a lot going on in Delaware, but our customers can rest easy because the new state poster will soon be on […]

New Sexual Harassment & Crime Victims Notices for Vermont

Based on new and updated laws, employers in Vermont are required to post two new workplace notices: Employment Protections for Victims of Crime and Sexual Harassment Is Illegal. While both laws went into effect on July 1, 2018, the notice regarding sexual harassment was not released by the state’s Department of Labor until this week. Have no fear, […]

New Anti-Sexual Harassment Laws in New York State & New York City

Employers in New York State and New York City should be aware of recent legislation expanding employee protections related to sexual harassment in the workplace. What’s Happening in New York State? New York State’s approved budget for fiscal year 2018–2019 includes legislation that addresses workplace sexual harassment. Under the law, the NYS Department of Labor […]