XpertHR's Maryland content has been updated in the Employee Privacy, Employee Handbooks - Work Rules - Employee Conduct, and Preemployment Screening and Testing sections to include a new law permitting the use of medical marijuana in the state, effective October 1.
The Colorado EEO - Discrimination section has been updated to include a new law that expands the damages that an employee may recover in discrimination lawsuits against employers with 14 or fewer employees.
The Delaware sections on EEO-Discrimination, Health Care Continuation (COBRA) and Health Care Benefits have been updated in XpertHR's Employment Law Manual to include a new law permitting same-sex marriage which goes into effect on July 1, 2013.
The Rhode Island sections of the Employment Law Manual on EEO-Discrimination, Health Care Continuation (COBRA) and Health Care Benefits have been updated to include a new law permitting same-sex marriage.
XpertHR takes you inside the Supreme Court with full coverage of the Title VII retaliation case of University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, including sound from the justices themselves. Depending on the outcome, the impact could extend to other employment laws.
XpertHR now includes a new How To on Preventing Wage Discrimination and Ensuring Equal Pay. This How To addresses how employers can avoid costly wage discrimination lawsuits and ensure equal pay for equal work.
XpertHR has added several new documents to its stable of resources on internal investigations, including a How To on conducting internal investigations, an internal investigation checklist, an internal investigation policy to be distributed to employees and FAQs dealing with common issues that arise with investigations.
The Arkansas Employment Law Manual sections for Employee Privacy, Employment Offer and Interviewing and Selecting Job Candidates have been updated to reflect a new law that limits employers' rights to employees' personal social media account information.
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