Under the 21st Century Cures Act, a small employer that has fewer than 50 full-time employees (including full-time equivalent employees) and that does not offer group health insurance to its active employees may provide stand-alone qualified small employer health reimbursement arrangements (QSEHRAs). An employer may use this model notice to fulfill the annual notice requirement.
As recommended by the Maine Department of Labor, covered employers should use the Maine Sexual Harassment Education and Training Checklist Form to develop a sexual harassment prevention training program.
As mandated by the New York Workers' Compensation Board, an employer must provide the New York Paid Family Leave Employee Waiver Form to employees who may opt to waive paid family leave benefits.
As mandated by the New York Workers' Compensation Board, an employer that wishes to voluntarily provide paid family leave (PFL) benefits must apply to the state using PFL-136 if it will require employee contributions.
As mandated by the New York Workers' Compensation Board, an employer that wishes to voluntarily provide paid family leave (PFL) benefits must apply to the state using PFL-135 if it will not require employee contributions.
Updated to include requirements relating to the posting of 'no smoking' signs, effective November 1, 2017.
Updated to reflect information on minimum wage, including a change in title.
As mandated by Connecticut's Department of Labor and Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, covered employers should post the Connecticut Pregnancy Discrimination Notice Poster.
As mandated by the City of Emeryville, California, an employer may provide the Paid Sick Leave Designation Form to employees to designate a nonfamily member for whom they may use paid sick leave.
As mandated by the New York State Workers' Compensation Board, employers covered by the state temporary disability benefits law must provide the New York Temporary Disability Benefits Law Statement of Rights (DB-271S).