The US Supreme Court held in Young v. UPS that employers are not required to accommodate pregnant employees under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA), but an employer may violate the PDA if it accommodates some employees but not pregnant employees.
Effective April 7, 2015, amendments to the Massachusetts Maternity Leave Act (MMLA) extend parental leave rights to male employees and now provides leave for the placement of a child under a court order
New laws that take effect July 1, 2015, will allow nursing mothers to breastfeed in any location, public or private, where the mother and child are authorized to be present, including places of employment.
XpertHR is pleased to announce that with today's release of California we have completed our state content build for the Employee Handbooks tool. This tool which now includes a National Handbook content set together with supplements for 49-states and the District of Columbia as well as a stand-alone California Handbook.
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