District of Columbia employers must provide reasonable accommodations for workers whose ability to perform the functions of their job is limited by pregnancy, childbirth, a related medical condition or breastfeeding, under a new law that took effect March 3.
A new XpertHR podcast examines one of the most notable trends affecting the workplace as Oregon employment attorney Kyle Abraham discusses the expansion of leave laws at the state and municipal level and the resulting administrative burden for multistate employers.
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