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New Pregnancy Accommodations for Employees in South Carolina

On May 17, 2018, the Governor of South Carolina signed the Pregnancy Accommodations Act, an amendment to the state’s Human Affairs Law. The South Carolina Human Affairs Commission (SCHAC) has just released a major update to the Employment Discrimination notice, which includes information about the new Pregnancy Accommodations Act, as well as additional requirements of the Human Affairs Law. Workplace Discrimination Protections Reasonable Accommodations Employers are required to provide reasonable

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New Employment Rights Posting Requirement for Illinois

Due to a recent religious accommodation amendment to the Illinois Human Rights Act, the Employment Rights notice is now a required posting. Based on the amendment to the law, employers are required to accommodate employees’ religious practices, beliefs, and observances unless they cause undue hardship to the employer’s business. What Employers Need to Know According to the Illinois Department of Human Rights, employers must now post the Employment Rights notice in

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Idaho’s Updated Discrimination Poster Has Just Been Released

Idaho—a “gem” of a state—has just updated its Discrimination in Employment poster, which is produced by the Idaho Commission on Human Rights (IDCHR). The poster has a new revision date of 3/1/17. What Changes Has the IDCHR Implemented? In the list of discrimination categories, the poster now reflects that age discrimination is prohibited against individuals who are 40 years of age and above. Anti-retaliation language has been added. The poster

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New Employment Discrimination Poster for Kentucky

The State of Kentucky has released a new required poster—Equal Employment Opportunity—which describes how the Kentucky Civil Rights Act prohibits employment discrimination. Employers, labor organizations, employment agencies, and licensing agencies must abide by this law. Equal Employment Opportunity for All Under the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, employment discrimination based on disability, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age (40+), and tobacco use is prohibited. In addition, employment discrimination related to

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