Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, an employer must provide an applicant or employee with a summary of rights before taking an adverse action based on a consumer credit report obtained from a consumer reporting agency or within three days of requesting an investigative consumer report.
As mandated by the San Jose Office of Equality Assurance, all San Jose employers subject to the San Jose Opportunity to Work Ordinance must post the San Jose Opportunity to Work Ordinance Poster.
Under New York City's Earned Sick Time Act, an employer may ask an employee to sign a form if he or she wants to use earned sick leave for a foreseeable need.
Under New York City's Earned Sick Time Act, an employer may require an employee to provide written verification that any amount of sick leave taken was used for a purpose allowed by law.
Under New York City's Earned Sick Time Act, an employer may require an employee to sign a form if the employee wants to work additional hours instead of using earned sick leave.
In the event of an emergency, it is critical that employees are aware of how the situation affects them, their office and their workday. An employer may use this policy to advise employees on the communication channels available, which may include remote access to the employer's network and a local telephone number with an updated recorded message on the status of the emergency.
Under the Health Care Security Ordinance, an employer with 20 or more employees must file an annual report by April 30 each year.
Under the Fair Chance Ordinance, an employer with 20 or more employees must file an annual report by April 30 each year.
An employer that is liable for, or responsible for collecting, certain federal excise taxes must file Form 720 with the IRS for each quarter of a calendar year. Sponsors of self-insured health plans and health insurance issuers must report the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) fee on Form 720 annually by July 31.
Entities that provide prescription drug coverage to Medicare Part D-eligible individuals must disclose to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) whether coverage is "creditable prescription drug coverage."