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Vermont’s Pregnancy Accommodation Poster Is Now Available

A few months ago, we reported on Vermont’s new pregnancy accommodation law—An Act Relating to Accommodations for Pregnant Employees—which went into effect on January 1, 2018. The poster has just been released by the state’s Department of Labor, and we will be sending the updated Vermont poster out to customers very soon. What Employers & Employees Need to Know Under the law, an employer is required to provide a reasonable

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Update to New York City’s Pregnancy Rights Poster

“Start spreading the news…” New York City’s Human Rights Commission just released an update to its pregnancy rights in the workplace poster. The updated poster, now titled Pregnancy Accommodations at Work, includes additional details of the NYC Human Rights Law that employers and employees in “the city that never sleeps” need to know. What’s Changing in NYC? For Employers The poster now states that the NYC Human Rights law requires

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New Pregnancy Accommodation Law for Vermont

In May of 2017, Vermont’s governor signed a new law, An Act Relating to Accommodations for Pregnant Employees, which goes into effect on January 1, 2018. The law includes a workplace posting requirement. No pregnant pause here—details of this law are outlined below. What Employers & Employees Need to Know Under the law, an employer is required to provide a reasonable accommodation for an employee’s pregnancy-related condition—unless this would impose

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Attention, Connecticut Employers — New Pregnancy Discrimination Notice Just Released

Based on the passage of An Act Concerning Pregnant Women in the Workplace (the Act), Connecticut just released its Pregnancy Discrimination and Accommodation in the Workplace notice, which must be posted by all employers with 3 or more employees. The Act expands protections for pregnant employees and applicants under Connecticut’s Fair Employment Practices Act (CFEPA). While it is not mentioned on the notice, these protections will go into effect on

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Two More Laws Added to Nevada’s Poster for Nursing Mothers and Victims of Domestic Violence

We recently reported that on June 2, 2017, Nevada passed the Pregnant Workers’ Fairness Act, a law that will go into effect on October 1, 2017. Some details of the law have been included below. However, while we were updating our Nevada poster, the Office of the Labor Commissioner released workplace notices for two more new laws: The Nursing Mother’s Accommodation Act and An Act Pertaining to Domestic Violence. Those

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New Pregnancy Accommodation Law for Employees in Nevada

On June 2, 2017, Nevada passed the Pregnant Workers’ Fairness Act. The law goes into effect on October 1, 2017; however, the workplace notice requirement went into effect on June 2, when the law was signed by the governor. The Nevada Equal Rights Commission just released the new notice, so we are working hard to get the updated Nevada poster to our customers as soon as possible. Protections Under the

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Washington DC Creates Pregnant Workers Poster and Updates Unemployment Poster; New DC Labor Law Posters Required

The latest required changes to the Washington, DC labor law poster are on the Protecting Pregnant Workers and Unemployment Compensation posters. First, DC has created a new poster based on the Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act that went into effect in March of 2015. This new notice describes reasonable accommodations for pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions. The notice defines reasonable accommodation as “one that does not require significant

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Q&A: MD ACCOMMODATION FOR PREGNANCY – INTERIM POSTING REQUIRED

We’ve been hearing lots of questions about the poster for the new Maryland Reasonable Accommodation for Disabilities Due to Pregnancy Law, and we’re here to help with the following Q&A! Q:  Who is required to post a notice about the law?  A:  Maryland employers with 15 or more employees Q:  Is a new poster available? A:  Not yet.  The Maryland Commission on Civil Rights (MCCR) announced that it is in

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